Semicontinuity of Dimension and Measure for Locally Scaling FractalsMathematics and Statistics Faculty Publications and Presentations
- Invariant sets,
- Hausdorff measures,
- Measure theory
AbstractThe basic question of this paper is: If you consider two iterated function systems close to one another in an appropriate topology, are the dimensions of their respective invariant sets close to one another? It is well-known that the Hausdorff dimension (and Lebesgue measure) of the invariant set do not depend continuously on the iterated function system. Our main result is that (with a restriction on the ‘non-conformality’ of the transformations) the Hausdorff dimension is a lower semi-continuous function in the C1- topology of the transformations of the iterated function system. The same question is raised of the Lebesgue measure of the invariant set. Here we show that it is an upper semi-continuous function of the transformations. We also include some corollaries of these results, such as the equality of box- and Hausdorff dimensions in these cases.
Citation InformationL. B. Jonker and J. J. P. Veerman. "Semicontinuity of Dimension and Measure for Locally Scaling Fractals" (2002)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jj-veerman/33/