fractal

Pronunciation

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Pronunciation

- (
*British, America*) IPA: /ˈfɹæk.təl/

**fractal** (*plural* fractals)

- (
*mathematics*) A mathematical set that has a non-integer and constant Hausdorff dimension; a geometric figure that is self-similar at all scales. - (
*figurative*) An object, system, or idea that exhibits a fractal-like property.**1999**, John J. McGonagle, Carolyn M. Vella,*The Internet Age of Competitive Intelligence*, ISBN 1567202047.- In essence, you are assuming that each segment of a company is a
**fractal**of the whole […]

- In essence, you are assuming that each segment of a company is a

- French: fractal, fractale
- German: Fraktal
- Italian: frattale
- Portuguese: fractal
- Russian: фрактал
- Spanish: fractal

**fractal** (*not comparable*)

- (
*mathematics*) Having the form of a fractal. - (
*figurative*) Exhibiting a fractal-like property.**2007**, Vincent Spina, "Three Central American writers: alone between two cultures" in Carlota Caulfield, Darién J. Davis (eds)*Companion to United States Latino Literatures*, ISBN 185566139X.- A
**fractal**situation emerges in this way then: the consequences of Ulysses' decision to abandon Calypso are not entirely predictable.

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- (
*heraldry*) Having a broken part

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