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Quantifying rectifiability via projections

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The classical Besicovitch projection theorem in the plane states that a compact 1-set K has positively many projections of positive length, if and only if a positive fraction of K can be covered by a Lipschitz curve of finite length. In the talk, I will discuss ways to quantify Besicovitch’s result.

This talk is part of the Analysis seminar series.

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