Definition of Benoit mandelbrot
1. Noun. French mathematician (born in Poland) noted for inventing fractals (born in 1924).
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1. Profiting from Chaos: : Using Chaos Theory for Market Timing, Stock by Tonis Vaga (1994)
"benoit mandelbrot was among the first to offer an alternative model to account for the characteristic “fat tails” on empirical market return data. ..."
2. Paradoxes of Free Will by Gunther Siegmund Stent (2002)
"In the 1960s, the French mathematician benoit mandelbrot (1963) drew attention to the highly irregular nature of the statistical data gathered by ..."
3. Useful Knowledge: The American Philosophical Society Millennium Program by Alexander G. Bearn, American Philosophical Society (1999)
"(e) Last but not least, there are the fascinating fractal sets of Benoit Mandelbrot, . PERHAPS THE most astonishing discovery through numerical ..."
4. Selected Proceedings of the Symposium on Inference for Stochastic Processes by Ishwar V. Basawa, C. C. Heyde, Robert Lee Taylor, (2001)
"Much new theory, largely developed by benoit mandelbrot, came out of Hurst's pioneering work. These are some of our innovative predecessors who did much to ..."