# Citations:fractal

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## English citations of *fractal*

(self-similar at all scales):

**2006**Jose Gaite, Alvaro Dominguez, "Scaling Laws in the Cosmic Structure and Renormalization Group" [1]- There is evidence of a scale-invariant matter distribution up to scales over 10 Megaparsecs. We review scaling (
**fractal**or multifractal) models of large scale structure and their observational evidence.

- There is evidence of a scale-invariant matter distribution up to scales over 10 Megaparsecs. We review scaling (
**2006**Anton V. Tikhonov, "Properties of Voids in the 2dFGRS Galaxy Survey" arXiv- The dependence of the volume of voids on their rank is consistent with a
**fractal**model (Zipf's power law) of the galaxy distribution with a**fractal**dimension D ~ 2.1.

- The dependence of the volume of voids on their rank is consistent with a
**2006**R. L. Oldershaw, "Discrete Self-Similarity Of RR Lyrae Stars II. Period Spectrum For A Very Large Sample" arXiv- Discrete self-similarity between these
**fractal**analogues was indentified in terms of their masses, radii, oscillation periods, basic morphologies and kinematics.

- Discrete self-similarity between these

(irregular at all scales):

**2006**C.W. Ormel et al, "Dust coagulation in protoplanetary disks: porosity matters" arXiv- We also find that collisional energies are higher than in the limited PCA/CCA
**fractal**models, thereby allowing aggregates to restructure.

- We also find that collisional energies are higher than in the limited PCA/CCA
**2007**Lorin S. Matthews et al, "Formation of Cosmic Dust Bunnies" arXiv- One poorly understood problem in this coagulation process is the manner in which micron-sized, charged grains form the
**fractal**aggregate structures now thought to be the precursors of protoplanetary disk evolution.

- One poorly understood problem in this coagulation process is the manner in which micron-sized, charged grains form the