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The topic include separation conditions for iterated function systems with overlaps, the analysis and geometry of the measurable Riemannian structure on the Sierpinski Gasket, multifractal analysis via scaling zeta functions and recursive structure of lattice strings, Laplacian on Julia sets III: cubic Julia sets and formal matings, and curvature measures of fractal sets.
In Forte and Vrscay (1995), the authors showed that one can find an iterated function system with greyscale maps (IFSM) to approximate any target signal or image with arbitrary precision, and they provided a suboptimal but systematic approach for doing so.
Lau, Iterated function system and Ruelle operator, J.
In the last two decades Iterated Function Systems (IFS) have been established as intuitive and flexible fractal models in several areas of computer graphics (Turner et al.
Iterated function systems, moments, and tranformations of infinite matrices.
For instance, in fractal image coding based on Iterated Function Systems (IFS) and their generalization, the self-similar attractor is defined in terms of a compact set and a positive measure supported on it.
In this section we recall the concepts of self-similar measure and iterated function system (IFS), and some results about moment matrix that we will need later.
On Lipschitz continuity of the Iterated Function System in a stochastic optimal growth model.