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[We discuss two types of random Cantor sets, M-adic random Cantor sets, and Larsson’s random Cantor sets. We will discuss the properties of their ninety and fortyfive degree projections, and for both we give answers to the question whether the algebraic difference of two independent copies of such sets will contain an interval or not.]
Published: Dec 30, 2009
Keywords: Primary 28A80; Secondary 60J80; 60J85; Random fractals; difference of Cantor sets; Palis-Takens conjecture; multitype branching processes
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