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Title: Наука и Изкуство: История на взаимно вдъхновение
Authors: Бойчев, Павел
Keywords: Наука и Изкуство
Манделброт
Фрактали
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Union of Bulgarian Mathematicians
Citation: Union of Bulgarian Mathematicians, Vol. 39, No 1, (2010), 39p-48p
Abstract: Този доклад представя едногодишен експеримент, започнал с тестове на компилатор, преминал през динамични системи с комплексни числа и завършил с картинна галерия, за която допринесоха познати и непознати от целия свят. Работата през тази година демонстрира, че е възможно да се свържат науката и изкуството по начин, който е полезен и за двете. Показано е как науката може да вдъхнови създаване на произведения на изкуството, а също и как тези произведения могат да вдъхновят бъдещи научни изследвания.
Description: Science and art are considered as two distinct areas in the spectrum of human activities. Many scientists are inspired by art and many artists embed science in their work. This paper presents a one-year experiment, which started with benchmark tests of a compiler, passed through dynamic systems based on complex numbers and ended as a scientific art exhibition. The paper demonstrates that it is possible to blend science and art in a mutually beneficial way. It also shows how science can inspire the creation of artistic works, as well as how these works can inspire further scientific research.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10525/1838
ISBN: 1313-3330
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