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us: Mandelbrot, Benoit B.

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    • us: Mandelbrot, Benoit
    • us: Mandelbrot, B. B. (Benoit B.)
    • us: ベノワ・B.マンデルブロ
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    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1924-11-20
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 2010-10-14
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    • Birth Place

        Warsaw (Poland)
    • Death Place

        Cambridge (Mass.)
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: Thomas J. Watson IBM Research Center
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        Thomas J. Watson IBM Research Center
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: Yale University
    • Organization

        Yale University
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    • found: His Some potential problems arising in the theory of axial turbomachines, 1949.
    • found: His The fractal geometry of nature, c1982: CIP galley t.p. (Benoit B. Mandelbrot) CIP data sheet (b. 1924)
    • found: Fractals, graphics, and mathematics education, c2002: t.p. (Benoit B. Mandelbrot) cover (B.B. Mandelbrot)
    • found: Fractals and chaos, c2004: CIP t.p. (Benoit Mandelbrot) bk. t.p. (Benoit B. Mandelbrot) p. vi (Sterling Prof. of Mathematical Sciences, Yale Univ., and IBM Fellow Emeritus (Physics), IBM Research Center; Docteur ès Sciences Mathématiques, Univ. de Paris)
    • found: Fractal geometry and applications, c2004: CIP t.p. (a jubilee of Benoît Mandelbrot)
    • found: New York times WWW site, Oct. 19, 2010 (in obituary published Oct. 16: Benoît B. Mandelbrot (he added the middle initial himself, though it does not stand for a middle name); b. Nov. 20, 1924, Warsaw, to a Lithuanian Jewish family; d. Thursday [Oct. 14, 2010], Cambridge, Mass., aged 85; maverick mathematician who developed the field of fractal geometry and applied it to physics, biology, finance, and many other fields; in 1936 his family fled the Nazis, first to Paris and then to the south of France, where he tended horses and fixed tools.)
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    • 2016-06-09: revised
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