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 Title: Fractals in Probability and Analysis
 Author(s) Christopher J. Bishop, Yuval Peres
 Publisher: Cambridge University Press (January 30, 2017); eBook (Preprint)
 Paperback: 412 pages
 eBook: PDF
 Language: English
 ASIN/ISBN10: 1107134110
 ISBN13: 9781107134119
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Book Description
This is a mathematically rigorous introduction to fractals which emphasizes examples and fundamental ideas. Building up from basic techniques of geometric measure theory and probability, central topics such as Hausdorff dimension, selfsimilar sets and Brownian motion are introduced, as are more specialized topics, including Kakeya sets, capacity, percolation on trees and the traveling salesman theorem.
About the Authors Christopher J. Bishop is a professor in the Department of Mathematics at Stony Brook University, New York.
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