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Are there real life applications for Hausdorff dimensions, specifically crack formations?
I was curios about Hausdorff dimensions. They seem to neatly describe rough surfaces. So I was wondering if there are common applications of Hausdorff dimensions in things like complicated friction ...
May 2 '13 at 23:03
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