Benoit Mandelbrot, Mathematician

Benoit Mandelbrot, Mathematician

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Caption: Portrait of Benoit Mandelbrot circa 1996. Mandelbrot was a Polish-born mathematician noted for developing fractal geometry (the Mandelbrot set is named after him) and for his theory of roughness, regarding the order to be found in natural forms such as clouds or shorelines. He worked for IBM and was one of the first to use computer graphics to create and display fractal geometric images.

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