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On the existence of subsets of finite positive packing measure

  • H. Joyce (a1) and D. Preiss (a2)
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Packing measures have been introduced to complement the theory of Hausdorff measures in [13,14]. (For a new treatment see also [10, Chapter 5]. While Hausdorff measures are intimately connected to upper density estimates (see, e.g., [5,2.10.18]), the importance of packing measures stems from their connection to lower density estimates.

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