Fibonacci numbers, named after Italian mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci, are the numbers in the Fibonacci sequence 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, . . . , each of which, after the second is the sum of the two previous ones.
10th International Conference on Fibonacci Numbers and their Applications
Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona, USA; 24--28 June 2002.
Extensions of the golden section and Fibonacci series
Describes an extended Fibonacci series in which each number is the sum of the preceding three or more numbers. A corresponding extended golden section is also described.
Fibonacci and Lucas Numbers
Electrical equivalence of discrete lumped cascaded T sections with the infinitesimal transmission line of distributed elements and with the Fibonacci and Lucas Numbers of 2n.
The Fibonacci Association
Focuses on Fibonacci numbers and related mathematics, emphasizing new results, research proposals, challenging problems, and new proofs of old ideas.
Facts about the Fibonacci Sequence.
Describes the series and lists a some iterations.
Describes the mathematic theory behind the numbers.
Fibonacci Numbers and the Golden Section
Fibonacci numbers and the golden section in nature, art, geometry, architecture, music, geometry and even for calculating pi! Puzzles and investigations.
Fibonacci Numbers Spelled Out
Derivations usually omitted by gurus and left for the reader to agonize over.
Includes details of systematic matrix derivation of identities for Fibonacci and related sequences.
Overview article in the Platonic Realms website.
Willem's Fibonacci site
Provides information about fibonacci numbers, description, formulas and relation to other mathematical issues.
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