Fractals - Difference between statistical self-similar and self-affine? Watch

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I'm currently studying Fractals at degree level and am trying to understand self-similarity and the various types of self similarity, however self-affinity and statistical self-similarity seems to be the same and I'm just wondering whether this is correct?

Both are the self-similarity property however scaled in different directions/amounts is my understanding?

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I think you have the right idea.
There is a discussion about this on researchgate website
I posted a link to it earlier but it got rejected by the forum mod haha.
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