Cellular fractal (kind of)

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Nice...isn't it ?
http://www.angelfire.com/pro/fbi/fractcell.bmp

Generated with life32, rule V:s01234/b13 and one original cell...generation 440...zoom 1/2...
 
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Erm... the link is broken for me.
 
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The page you are looking for has spontaneously combusted.
Actually, we couldn't find the page you requested. Please check the URL
--EDIT-- Ok its wierd..sometimes its broken..but it just worked for me..here..I uploaded it to my account..Voila
http://home.attbi.com/~dav2008/images/fractcel.JPG [Broken]
 
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The dimension of this fractal may be estimated by using the equation N=CrD, where N=number of fundamental units of replication, C is a constant, r is the radius of a "sampling circle," and D is the dimension of the fractal. For this fractal, a factor of three radii increases the fundamental units bounded by the circle by approximately five, yielding N=5=3D, and a dimension of approximately 1.46. (Scientific American.)
 

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