 selfsimilarity

noun
Date: 1967
the quality or state of having an appearance that is invariant upon being scaled larger or smaller <magnify the fractal and you can see the selfsimilarity of its edge> • selfsimilar adjective
New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.
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