Rational approximation of fractals
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Stationary distributions for certain Markov chains of inverse branches of rational maps are put forward as the basis of an approximation theory for fractals. Results on existence and on computability of moments are proved.
KeywordsMarkov Chain Orthogonal Polynomial Moment Problem Borel Subset Balance Measure
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