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Assumptions for definition of Radon measure

My reference is L. Simon's Lectures on Geometric Measure Theory. He defines a measure on a set $X$ as a countably subadditive function $\mu:2^X\to[0,\infty]$ with $\mu(\emptyset)=0.$ When $X$ is a ...
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Hausdorff measure of $n$-dimensional cube

This is a home work problem that I am stuck on even though it feels like it should be easy: Show that the n-dimensional Hausdorff measure of an $n$-dimensional cube is positive and finite. I can ...
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Approximate a set which is hausdorff measure is infinite.

I have tried to construct a sequence of sets satisfying the following requirement. But I cannot. Could someone help me? Let $A$ be a compact subset of $d$-dimensional $C^1$-manifold embedded in ...
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Higher Order Coarea Formula

I was wondering, if there is a generalization of the coarea formula to higher order derivatives, which would allow one, for example, to relate the norm of the Hessian of a real-valued function $u$ to ...
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Ham sandwich theorem for integrable functions?

The classical ham sandwich theorem says that given $n$ measurable sets in $\mathbb{R}^n$, it is possible to divide all of them in half (with respect to their measure, i.e. volume) with a single $(n − ...
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Measurability of a certain set in Falcolner's Geometry of Fractal Sets

On page 24 of Falcolner's The Geometry of Fractal Sets, Falcolner defines the set $F = \{ x \in E : \mathcal{H}^s(E \cap U) < \alpha$ diam$(U)^s$, for all convex sets $U$ containing $x$ such that ...
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How difficult is it to impose a differential structure on a fractal?

Assuming we have a 4-dimensional smooth manifold $M$ embedded in $\mathbb{R}^{m}$ that is difficult to understand its differential structure. For convenience's sake we can assume it is compact, simply ...
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Lebesgue measure as a fixpoint: change of variables formulas

This question is inspired by several others on a similar topic: see e.g. this one and a sequence of linked questions. Let us so far focus on $\Bbb R^n$ endowed with standard Borel structure. For any ...
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Alternative rigorous definition of a surface integral

Consider some open subset $U$ of $\mathbb{R}^n$ where $U$ has a (piecewise) $C^1$-boundary. Let $f$ be some smooth (enough) real function. Is there some way to give a measure-theoretic definition of ...
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Three properties of the Lebesgue measure on $\mathbb{R}^n$

I'm writing notes for my upcoming class in Game Theory and I realized some time ago that I only need three properties of the Lebesgue measure $\lambda$ on $\mathbb{R^n}$. It is a non-negative ...
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Lebesgue density theorem for compact metric spaces.

Let $X$ be a compact metric space (with balls $B_{\varepsilon }(x)$), $\mu $ a Borel probability measure, and $A$ a Borel set with positive probability. Do we have that $\lim_{\varepsilon ...
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Measurability of points regular

I'm reviewing the proof of the theorem of oseledet the book Mañe: Let $M$ a compact metric space and $f:M \rightarrow M$ a homeomorphism, $\pi: F \rightarrow M$ a finite-dimensional continuos vector ...
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BV Function times characterstic function still BV?

I am wondering: given a function $u \in BV(\Theta)$ where $\Theta$ is an open subset in $\mathbb{R}^n$ and a Borel subset $B \in \mathcal{B(\Theta)},$ is the function $w \colon= u \chi_B$ still in ...
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Limits to the growth of the volume of a union of spheres

Assume that $x_i$, $i=1,\ldots,m$ are points in $\mathbb{R}^n$, with the maximal distance between any two of them being at most $1$. Define $$ a(r)=\mu\Bigl(\bigcup_{i=1}^m B(x_i,r)\Bigr),$$ where ...
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Fourier dimension of a measure restricted to an open set

Suppose that the measure $\mu$ on $\mathbb{R}^n$ has Fourier dimension $\beta$, which is to say that $\beta= \sup\left\{\gamma \leq n : |\hat{\mu}(x)| \leq C(1+|x|)^{-\gamma/2}\right\}$. The Fourier ...
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Radon-Nikodym derivative of the Hausdorff measure transform

Let $H^{m}$ be the $m$-dimensional Hausdorff measure, let $D = \operatorname{diag }(d_1,...,d_k)$ be a nonsingular scale matrix. Consider the change of measure formula: $$ \int\limits_{A} f(Dx) \; ...
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Co-area formula involving non-integer Hausdorff measure

Is there any co-area formula involving non-integer Hausdorff dimension? Moreover is it sensible to write the following: Let $S$ be a subset in $ \mathbb{R}^n$ with Hausdorff dimension s ...
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Problem with definition of pushforward density

Let $X$, $Y$ be smooth manifolds and let $\pi \colon X \to Y$ be a submersion. Then for every $y \in Y$ the set $W_y = \pi^{-1}(y)$ is a submanifold in $X$. Let $\mu \in \Gamma(|\Lambda| X)$ be a ...
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$L^1$ approximate continuity points of epigraph of a continuous function

Consider a continuous function $f\colon \mathbb R\to \mathbb R$. Let $F(x,y):=\mathrm{sign\,}(y-f(x))$. Is it true that for a.e. $x\in \mathbb R$ the point $(x,f(x))$ is not a point of $L^1$ ...
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Measures whose projections are absolutely continuous

Let $\mu$ be a finite Borel measure on the plane. Does there exist a characterization of the property that almost all (wrt rotations) projections of $\mu$ to lines on the plane are absolutely ...
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Integral Geometry Reference Request

I am looking for a good introductory reference (book, lecture notes, survey article) on integral geometry. I am especially interested in the Crofton formula in $\mathbb{R}^n$ and its extensions to ...
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What is the density of the SRB measure conditioned to unstable manifolds?

I have a question regarding the SRB measure. As Lai-Sang Young puts it, the SRB-measure is the invariant ergodic invariant measure most compatible with volume. (see [ ...
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Aproximating a function on SO(3)

By $SO(3)$ I mean rotation matrices. Let $\cal{L}=\{f:[0,l]\to \rm{SO}(3)\} \cap L^1([0,l];\mathbb{R}^{3\times3})$. How to approximate funkctions from $\cal{L}$ with functions from ...
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Meaningful measures for comparing infinite dimensional geometric objects

I have two infinite-dimensional convex polytopes, call them $A$ and $B$. I know that $B$ is completely contained within $A$, and I want to say something meaningful about their relative sizes. From ...
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Approximate tangent planes and densities

I'm studying the proof of the following theorem (Simon 'Lectures on Geometric measure theory' Theorem 11.6): Theorem Let $ M \subset R^{n+k} $ be $ H^n $-measurable (where $ H^n $ is the Haussdorf ...
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A question about Hausdorff measure

Let $ \mathscr{H}^m $ be the m-dimensional Hausdorff measure in $ R^n $. Let $ m<k $ and $ A \subset R^n $. If $ \mathscr{H}^m(A) < \infty $ then $ \mathscr{H}^k (A) =0 $. How can i prove this ...
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Change of variables formula for a general measure

In a paper, pp11, I read the equality ...
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density of $\mathcal{C}_1$ surface in a point

Let us have an $A \subset \mathbb{R^d}$, that is a $k$-dimensional $\mathcal{C}_1$ surface (obviously $k<d$) and let $a \in A$. Why then is $\Theta^k(A,a)=1?$ Of course $\Theta^k := \lim_{r ...
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Corollary of Lebesgue decomposition theorem and counter-example

Refferring to the Lebesgue decomposition theorem in Lebesgue decomposition theorem and fundamental theorem of calculus there is a corollary when the measure is the Lebesgue measure that states: if ...
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Isoperimetric inequalities with relative perimeter

It is a well known result that if $\Omega\subset \Bbb{R}^N$ is an open set, with regular boundary (smooth, or Lipschitz) then the problem $$ \min_{E \subset \Omega |E|=c} Per(E)$$ has a solution, ...
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How do we prove that a sphere maximizes the volume enclosed among all simple closed surfaces of given surface area?

How do we prove that among all closed surfaces with a given surface area, the sphere is the one that encloses the largest volume, and not do it by cases? so far I've tried is that I know the formula ...
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Borel outer measure and Borel measure

I have these two definitions: Given $\ (X,\mathcal{M},\mu)$ measure space, the measure $\ \mu$ is Borel measure if $\ \mathcal{M}=\mathcal{B}(X) $ Given $\ \phi:X\to[-\infty,+\infty]$ be an outer ...
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Show that $d\log f$ is a 1-current on a 1-dimensional complex manifold

I am having trouble with this problem (and it might be because I have the formulation slightly off). I need to show that $d\log f$ is a 1-current on a 1-dimensional complex manifold $M$. This means ...
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Why Steiner Symmetrization makes a measurable set to a measurable one?

I find the Steiner Symmetrization is very useful in proving that the Hausdorff measure coincide with Lebesgue in the Euclidean space. However, I never saw anybody mention that the Steiner ...
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I cannot check $\mathcal{A}_0(X)$ is an algebra.

I'm reading introduction to the theory of currents written by Dinh.I'm confused in proposition 1.1.3. Say,$X$ is a unit disc in $\mathbb{R}^2$,$A:=[-1/2,1/2]\times [-1/2,1/2]\subset X$,then ...
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Linearising angle to chord length over a reasonable domain of < pi; or, how to make measuring a rock with a protractor easy

Imagine that I have a protractor and compass, and wish to use it to measure the distance between two points (potentially in three dimensional space, such as on a rock). However also being a forgetful ...
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Isometric trivialization of tangent bundle of Riemannian manifolds

Let $(M,g)$ be a Riemannian manifold. $x\in M$. We know that there is a neighborhood $U$ of $x$ we can have a isometric trivialization $\pi$ of $TM$, Given by the orthonormal frame on $U$. Formally, ...
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A question about Lebesgue measure 3

Let $ L^k $ be the k-dimensional lebesgue measure. Let $ A \subset R^n $ be a Borel set. Suppose we have proved that $ L^1(A \cap l )=0 $ for each line $ l $ parallel to some line passing throught the ...
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doubt in a book proof from 'The Geometry of Fractal Sets'

I am reading the proof of existence of positive finite $H^s$-measure (Theorem 5.4) on page 67-68 of The Geometry of Fractal Sets.I am not quite convinced that $E_k$ are closed set by the construction ...
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How Wiener Measure on $F(C([0,T]))$ is a Gaussian Measure

I'm looking for some simple proofs for the fact that on $(C[0,T],F(C([0,T])),P_{*})$ where $F$ represents Borel Sigma algebra , $P_{*}$ the Wiener Measure , then how to proove that $P_{*}$ measure is ...