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Title: The Chaos Game and the sierpinski gasket : the road from randomness to uniformity
Authors: Said, Judy
Advisors: Abdulaziz, Abdulrahman Ali 
Subjects: Mathematics
Issue Date: 2019
In order to illustrate the importance and significance of the known Chaos Game, a research was done to explain what a Chaos Game is. We generalized the Chaos Game, and thus we were able to find a formula for the kissing ratio. Also, we studied randomness in this game, and when moving uniformly toward the vertices, we obtained an {cedil}{9D}{91}{9B} points orbit. We discovered a formula for the side of this {cedil}{9D}{91}{9B} points orbit. A formula for the average jump between two iterates of the Chaos Game was also discovered. We found a relationship between gaskets resulting from the game and an equation which gave an infinite series of similar gaskets was obtained.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 35-37).

Supervised by Dr. AbdulRahman Abdulaziz.
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