Dave L Renfro
Primary Mathematical Interests: (1) Study and use of negligible sets, especially involving porosity notions and fractal dimension notions. (2) Application and refinements of the Baire category method for proving existence. (3) Classical point set theory and real function theory. (4) History of nowhere differentiable continuous functions and history of the topics above.
Iowa City, IA, USA
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