Assouad type dimensions and homogeneity of fractals
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We investigate several aspects of the Assouad dimension and the lower dimension, which together form a natural 'dimension pair'. In particular, we compute these dimensions for certain classes of self-affine sets and quasi-self-similar sets and study their relationships with other notions of dimension, such as the Hausdorff dimension for example. We also investigate some basic properties of these dimensions including their behaviour regarding unions and products and their set theoretic complexity.
Fraser , J M 2014 , ' Assouad type dimensions and homogeneity of fractals ' , Transactions of the American Mathematical Society , vol. 366 , no. 12 , pp. 6687-6733 . https://doi.org/10.1090/S0002-9947-2014-06202-8
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