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This reference paintings offers with vital themes normally topology and their position in useful research and axiomatic set idea, for graduate scholars and researchers operating in topology, sensible research, set thought and likelihood thought. It offers a advisor to fresh study findings, with 3 contributions by way of Arhangel'skii and Choban.

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9) holds. 1. We now proceed with the proof of the second statement. It follows directly from the first statement that Cape (uzi) ::; Cape (uzi) = i=l i=l = m~ {CapeZi} l:$•:$n ~~~n {capezi}::; Cape (Qzi). 1. This completes the proof of the theorem. • Let X and X' be sets endowed with C-structures r = (:F,e,TJ,'l/J) and r' = (:F' I e' I TJ1 I cp') satisfying Conditions Al, A2, and A3'. The following statement shows that the lower and upper Caratheodory capacities are invariant under a bijective map x: X -+ X' which preserves the C-structures.

One well-known class of sets for which the coincidence usually takes place IS the class of limit sets for some geometric constructions (see Chapter 5). For subsets which are invariant under a dynanucal system one can pose another problem of the coincidence of the Hausdorff dimension and box dimension of invariant measures. In order to explain this let us consider a map f: U -+ Rm, where U c IR"' is an open domain. '(Z) = 1). The stochastic properties of the map /IZ are closely related to the topolog~cal structure of the set Z that, in many uphysically" interesting situations, resembles a Cantor-like set.

On X, denote by AI' the set of points for which Condition A5 holds. ,a(x) ~ dc,p(x). Denote also by M(Z) the set of Borel measures p. ). 2. (x). pEM(Z) zEA~ {3. Proof. It follows from the definition of (3 that for any e > 0 one can find a measure p. -almost every x E Z. 3 implies now that dime Z ~dime p. ~ {3- e and the desired result follows. • We still assume that {(U) = 1 for any U E F. The previous results give rise to the following notion. Given a ~ 0, define Da = {x E Ap: dc,p(x) =a}. The function jp(a) = dime Da is called the Caratheodory dimension spectrum specified by the measure p..

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