By Andrzej Lasota, Józef Myjak, Tomasz Szarek (auth.), Christoph Bandt, Umberto Mosco, Martina Zähle (eds.)

Fractal geometry is used to version advanced usual and technical phenomena in numerous disciplines like physics, biology, finance, and medication. considering that such a lot convincing versions comprise a component of randomness, stochastics enters the world in a typical approach. This ebook files the institution of fractal geometry as a considerable mathematical thought. As within the earlier volumes, which seemed in 1998 and 2000, best specialists identified for transparent exposition have been chosen as authors. They survey their box of workmanship, emphasizing contemporary advancements and open difficulties. major themes contain multifractal measures, dynamical platforms, stochastic tactics and random fractals, harmonic research on fractals.

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Note that for all 10' < 10, 8(10) c {x,limsuPQn(x) -liminfQn(x) ~ f} C 8(10') and 8 = {x,Qn(x) converges}. Now define the dimensional indices: do = d(8) = d(lim sup 8(10, N)). 0-+0 dg m N = lim d(S(c:)) = lim d(sup S(c:, N)) 0-+0 0-+0 N 28 Jacques Levy Vehel and Claude Tricot dg msup = limsupd(S(c,N)). c-tO N Proposition 2. For every 0:, fd(O:) :::; do, f~im(o:) :::; dg m , f~imsuP(o:) :::; dg msup . Proof. Use the inclusions Ea C S, Ea(c) C S(2c), Ea(c, N) C S(2c, N). (10) 0 Proposition 3. If the set D is bounded, and d is a stable dimension, then f~im sup and f~im reach the above upper bounds.

Proof. Use the inclusions Ea C S, Ea(c) C S(2c), Ea(c, N) C S(2c, N). (10) 0 Proposition 3. If the set D is bounded, and d is a stable dimension, then f~im sup and f~im reach the above upper bounds. In other words, dg msup E f~imsuP(D) and dg m E f~im(D). Proof. 1. We first show that there exists 0:1 ED such that dg msup :::; f~imsuP(O:l)' Let N E N, c > O. For any x E S(c, N) and any n :::: N, 100n(x) - o:(x)1 :::; c, where o:(x) = ~(liminf O:n(x) + limsuPn O:n(x)). Therefore x E Ea(x)(c, N). This implies that S(c, N) C UaEIR Ea(c, N).

Studia Math. 154 (2003), 207-222. [18] T. Szarek, Invariant measures for nonexpansive Markov operators on Polish spaces. Dissertationes Math. 415 (2003), 1-62. pl J6zef Myjak Dipartimento di Matematica Pura ed Applicata Universita di L'Aquila Via Vetoio, 67-100 L'Aquila Italy and WMS AGH al. pl Progress in Probability, Vol. 57, 23-42 © 2004 Birkhiiuser Verlag Basel/Switzerland On Various Multifractal Spectra Jacques Levy Vehel and Claude Tricot Abstract. We introduce two classes of multifractal spectra, called respectively dimension and continuous spectra.