### Why are those methods relevant?

I have a strong feeling that those methods could be revolutionary in several aspects and serve as a base for new mathematical tools based on the power of fractals: I think they have the power to dilute some NP problem into P, and even more interesting, into O(n), making some hard problem to become "not so hard" anymore.Nature is made up of fractals, as Maldelbrot showed us: a tree is a fractal, the coast line is a fractal, a mountain is also a fractal, etc. but we only use fractals for drawing fractals... it is the "lovely cat generator" of modern maths.