Read e-book online Analysis of and on Uniformly Rectifiable Sets (Mathematical PDF

By Guy David

ISBN-10: 0821815377

ISBN-13: 9780821815373

The thought of uniform rectifiability of units (in a Euclidean space), which emerged just recently, could be seen in numerous alternative ways. it may be considered as a quantitative and scale-invariant alternative for the classical suggestion of rectifiability; because the resolution (sometimes merely conjecturally) to yes geometric questions in advanced and harmonic research; as a situation which guarantees the parametrizability of a given set, with estimates, yet with a few holes and self-intersections allowed; and as an achieveable baseline for info in regards to the constitution of a collection. This booklet is ready realizing uniform rectifiability of a given set when it comes to the approximate habit of the set at such a lot destinations and scales. as well as being the one basic reference on hand on uniform rectifiability, this ebook additionally poses many open difficulties, a few of that are really uncomplicated.

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