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Dimensions of exceptional self-affine sets in R^3

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  • UserJonathan Fraser, University of St Andrews
  • ClockMonday 04 November 2019, 11:00-12:00
  • HouseG23, Watson Building.

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Planar self-affine sets generated by diagonal and anti-diagonal matrices are an important family of exceptional self-affine sets, where the box (and Hausdorff) dimension can be strictly smaller than the affinity dimension. The box dimensions are given by a natural ‘pressure type’ formula based on modified singular value functions. We consider the analogous setting in R^3, where the self-affine sets are generated by generalised permutation matrices, and will see that the situation is rather more complicated. This is joint work with Natalia Jurga (Surrey).

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