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Fractal Zeta Functions and Fractal Drums: Higher-Dimensional Theory of Complex Dimensions (Springer Monographs in Mathematics)

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This monograph gives a state-of-the-art and accessible treatment of a new general higher-dimensional theory of complex dimensions, valid for arbitrary bounded subsets of Euclidean spaces, as well as for their natural generalization, relative fractal drums.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9783319447049
ISBN-10: 3319447041
Pagini: 681
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 x 45 mm
Greutate: 1.22 kg
Ediția: 1st ed. 2017
Editura: Springer
Colecția Springer
Seria Springer Monographs in Mathematics

Locul publicării: Cham, Switzerland

Cuprins

Overview.- Preface.- List of Figures.- Key Words.- Selected Key Results.- Glossary.- 1. Introduction.- 2 Distance and Tube Zeta Functions.- 3. Applications of Distance and Tube Zeta Functions.- 4. Relative Fractal Drums and Their Complex Dimensions.- 5.Fractal Tube Formulas and Complex Dimensions.- 6. Classification of Fractal Sets and Concluding Comments.- Appendix A. Tame Dirchlet-Type Integrals.- Appendix B. Local Distance Zeta Functions.- Appendix C. Distance Zeta Functions and Principal Complex Dimensions of RFDs.- Acknowledgements.- Bibliography.- Author Index.- Subject Index. 

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This monograph gives a state-of-the-art and accessible treatment of a new general higher-dimensional theory of complex dimensions, valid for arbitrary bounded subsets of Euclidean spaces, as well as for their natural generalization, relative fractal drums. It provides a significant extension of the existing theory of zeta functions for fractal strings to fractal sets and arbitrary bounded sets in Euclidean spaces of any dimension. Two new classes of fractal zeta functions are introduced, namely, the distance and tube zeta functions of bounded sets, and their key properties are investigated. The theory is developed step-by-step at a slow pace, and every step is well motivated by numerous examples, historical remarks and comments, relating the objects under investigation to other concepts. Special emphasis is placed on the study of complex dimensions of bounded sets and their connections with the notions of Minkowski content and Minkowski measurability, as well as on fractal tube formulas. It is shown for the first time that essential singularities of fractal zeta functions can naturally emerge for various classes of fractal sets and have a significant geometric effect. The theory developed in this book leads naturally to a new definition of fractality, expressed in terms of the existence of underlying geometric oscillations or, equivalently, in terms of the existence of nonreal complex dimensions.  

The connections to previous extensive work of the first author and his collaborators on geometric zeta functions of fractal strings are clearly explained. Many concepts are discussed for the first time, making the book a rich source of new thoughts and ideas to be developed further. The book contains a large number of open problems and describes many possible directions for further research. The beginning chapters may be used as a part of a course on fractal geometry. The primary readership is aimed at graduate students and researchers working in Fractal Geometry and other related fields, such as Complex Analysis, Dynamical Systems, Geometric Measure Theory, Harmonic Analysis, Mathematical Physics, Analytic Number Theory and the Spectral Theory of Elliptic Differential Operators. The book should be accessible to nonexperts and newcomers to the field.

Caracteristici

The book builds on the one-dimensional theory of complex dimensions (the case of fractal strings) and builds towards as well as achieves a higher-dimensional theory of complex dimensions for arbitrary compact subsets of Euclidean spaces of any dimension

The content is self-contained and relatively easily accessible to a wide variety of readers with different levels of mathematical maturity, beginning at the advanced graduate level

The exposition is gentle with numerous instructive examples and illustrations