# The Beta(p,1) extensions of the random (uniform) Cantor sets

Dinis D. Pestana; Sandra M. Aleixo; J. Leonel Rocha

Discussiones Mathematicae Probability and Statistics (2009)

- Volume: 29, Issue: 2, page 199-221
- ISSN: 1509-9423

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topDinis D. Pestana, Sandra M. Aleixo, and J. Leonel Rocha. "The Beta(p,1) extensions of the random (uniform) Cantor sets." Discussiones Mathematicae Probability and Statistics 29.2 (2009): 199-221. <http://eudml.org/doc/277045>.

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abstract = {Starting from the random extension of the Cantor middle set in [0,1], by iteratively removing the central uniform spacing from the intervals remaining in the previous step, we define random Beta(p,1)-Cantor sets, and compute their Hausdorff dimension. Next we define a deterministic counterpart, by iteratively removing the expected value of the spacing defined by the appropriate Beta(p,1) order statistics. We investigate the reasons why the Hausdorff dimension of this deterministic fractal is greater than the Hausdorff dimension of the corresponding random fractals.},

author = {Dinis D. Pestana, Sandra M. Aleixo, J. Leonel Rocha},

journal = {Discussiones Mathematicae Probability and Statistics},

keywords = {order statistics; uniform spacings; random middle third Cantor set; Beta spacings; Hausdorff dimension; random Cantor set; Beta distribution; fractal},

language = {eng},

number = {2},

pages = {199-221},

title = {The Beta(p,1) extensions of the random (uniform) Cantor sets},

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volume = {29},

year = {2009},

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AB - Starting from the random extension of the Cantor middle set in [0,1], by iteratively removing the central uniform spacing from the intervals remaining in the previous step, we define random Beta(p,1)-Cantor sets, and compute their Hausdorff dimension. Next we define a deterministic counterpart, by iteratively removing the expected value of the spacing defined by the appropriate Beta(p,1) order statistics. We investigate the reasons why the Hausdorff dimension of this deterministic fractal is greater than the Hausdorff dimension of the corresponding random fractals.

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KW - order statistics; uniform spacings; random middle third Cantor set; Beta spacings; Hausdorff dimension; random Cantor set; Beta distribution; fractal

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