By Xavier Tolsa

ISBN-10: 3319005952

ISBN-13: 9783319005959

ISBN-10: 3319005960

ISBN-13: 9783319005966

This booklet reports many of the groundbreaking advances which were made relating to analytic skill and its courting to rectifiability within the decade 1995–2005. The Cauchy remodel performs a basic position during this quarter and is as a result one of many major matters lined. one other vital subject, that could be of self sustaining curiosity for lots of analysts, is the so-called non-homogeneous Calderón-Zygmund concept, the improvement of which has been mostly influenced via the issues coming up in reference to analytic potential. The Painlevé challenge, which used to be first posed round 1900, is composed find an outline of the detachable singularities for bounded analytic features in metric and geometric phrases. Analytic skill is a key software within the research of this challenge. within the Sixties Vitushkin conjectured that the detachable units that have finite size coincide with these that are in basic terms unrectifiable. furthermore, end result of the functions to the speculation of uniform rational approximation, he posed the query to whether analytic potential is semiadditive. This paintings offers complete proofs of Vitushkin’s conjecture and of the semiadditivity of analytic capability, either one of which remained open difficulties until eventually very lately. different similar questions also are mentioned, akin to the connection among rectifiability and the life of imperative values for the Cauchy transforms and different singular integrals. The booklet is essentially self-contained and will be available for graduate scholars in research, in addition to a worthwhile source for researchers.

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M−1 1 m Therefore, μ 2 Dj = μ(Ds(j) ) = 1/#Jm . Thus, μ Djm−1 μ 1 2 Djm−1 = #Jm = Nm → ∞ #Jm−1 as m → ∞, which implies that μ is not doubling. Moreover, if Nm grows slow enough so that ∞ 1 m=1 Nm = ∞, then μ-almost every x ∈ E belongs to inﬁnitely many disks m−1 1 . This follows easily from the second Borel-Cantelli lemma (we leave it for 2 Dj the reader to check the details). It can be shown that this implies that there does not exist any measurable subset A ⊂ E of positive μ-measure such that μ A is doubling.

Thus, E can be decomposed as E = Er ∪ Eu , where Er is rectiﬁable and Eu is purely unrectiﬁable, and the decomposition is unique up to sets of zero length. Proof. Let s = supB H1 (E ∩ B), where the sup is taken over all rectiﬁable Borel sets B ⊂ Rd . For every j ≥ 1, take a Borel set Bj such that H1 (E ∩ Bj ) ≥ s − 1/j. Consider the set B = j Bj . Then E \ B is purely unrectiﬁable, since otherwise there would be a Borel set A such that A ∩ B = ∅ and H1 (A ∩ E) > 0, and so H1 ((A ∪ B) ∩ E) = H1 (E ∩ A) + H1 (E ∩ B) > H1 (E ∩ B).

To be precise, let us remark that the “if” part is not due to David. In fact, it is an easy consequence of the solution of Denjoy’s conjecture. The “only if” part of the theorem, which is more diﬃcult, is the one proved by David. This result can be considered as the solution of Painlev´e’s problem for sets with ﬁnite length. We will see a complete proof along this book. The main steps are contained in Chapters 5, 6, and 7. A well-known theorem of Besicovitch asserts that, for sets E of ﬁnite length, Fav(E) = 0 if and only if E is purely unrectiﬁable.

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