Convolutions and the geometry of multifractal measures

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Abstract

This paper relates multifractal features of a measure mu on IRn to those of the projection of the measure onto m-dimensional subspaces. We achieve this through the study of appropriately defined convolution kernels. This provides a unified approach to projections of measures and leads to new results on multifractal properties as well as alternative derivations of some existing formulae. These include formulae and estimates for the local dimensions and generalised q-dimensions of projected measures as well as more precise information about the limiting behaviour of multifractal expressions. We consider briefly how similar ideas may be applied to sections of a measure by (n - m)-dimensional planes.

Original languageEnglish
Volume204
Publication statusPublished - 1999

Keywords

  • multifractals
  • generalized dimensions
  • projections
  • sections
  • convolutions
  • STRANGE ATTRACTORS
  • GENERALIZED DIMENSIONS
  • PROJECTIONS
  • FORMALISM

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