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DESCRIPTION:SPEAKER: Jared Krandel (Stony Brook University)\n\nTITLE: Unifo
rmly rectifiable metric spaces satisfy the weak constant density condition.
\n\nABSTRACT: The weak constant density condition (WCD) is a quantitative r
egularity property introduced by David and Semmes in their foundational wor
k on uniformly rectifiable subsets of Euclidean space. Roughly speaking\, a
space satisfies the WCD if in \textit{most} balls\, the space supports a m
easure with \textit{nearly constant} density in a neighborhood of scales an
d locations. In this talk\, we discuss the ideas behind a proof that unifor
mly rectifiable \textit{metric spaces} satisfy the WCD. This theorem gives
a metric space analog of a Euclidean result of David and Semmes.
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LOCATION:Ayres Hall\, 113
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SUMMARY:Analysis Seminar
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URL:https://calendar.utk.edu/event/analysis_seminar_6376
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