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“…In the 2D domain, there has been previous evidence that the FD increased after osteoporosis simulation. For example, Berry et al (1996) decalcified human vertebral bone. Digitized radiographs were made every 30 s and the FD increased from 2 to 3.…”
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“…In the 2D domain, there has been previous evidence that the FD increased after osteoporosis simulation. For example, Berry et al (1996) decalcified human vertebral bone. Digitized radiographs were made every 30 s and the FD increased from 2 to 3.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…In such a case, the fractal dimension may be the other useful descriptor. There are several methods that have been proposed for determining the fractal dimension, including the box‐counting algorithm, (10,17–21) surface area techniques using radiographs, (33) and power spectrum representations of 2D Fourier transforms of radiographs (34,35) . The box‐counting dimension is the one used most in measurements in a number of biological structures and provides a systematic measurement, (17) which is why we used the 3D box‐counting algorithm.…”
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“…This results, most likely, from the coexistence of complexity and deterministic chaos (Kolmogorov-Arnold-Moser theorem) within the molecular and energetistic structure of cells [6,7,12]. Consequently, either metabolism [44][45][46], cytoskeletal patterns [47], calcium sequestration [48], tissue morphological patterns in normal or tumor tissues [6,[49][50][51][52][53], or tissue growth [54,55] possess fractal dimension. The fractal dimension reflects the intriguing fact that cells, in spite of the daily experience in the three-dimensional euclidean reality, which approximates geometric reality, are intermediate between two-dimensional surfaces and three-dimensional objects, and possess a fractal structure.…”
Section: Nonlinearity Complexity and Fractal Structurementioning
“…Without invalidating molecular findings, complexity offers an alternative, quasi-deterministic interpretation of cellular events underlying phenotype formation and tumorigenesis. The following points need to be emphasized as crucial consequences of the available experimental data: the relationship between genotype and phenotype reflects nonbijective interaction between static and dynamic categories [6,[24][25][26]30,31] leading to nonlinearity of the intra-and intercellular interactions [6,8,9,24], nonlinearity implies the existence of the fractal structure of space of cellular events [6,[44][45][46][47][48][49][50][51][52][53][54][55]. Those features support an holistic rather than a reductionist approach to cellular and cancer biology.…”
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