In geometry, fractal canopies are one of the easiest-to-create types of fractals. They are created by splitting a line segment into two smaller segments at the end, and then splitting the two smaller segments and as well, and so on, infinitely.
A fractal canopy must have the following three properties:
- The angle between any two neighboring line segments is the same throughout the fractal.
- The ratio of lengths of any two consecutive line segments is constant.
- Points all the way at the end of the smallest line segments are interconnected.
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