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Given the Apollonian Circle packing, or something similar, one can consider the distribution of the logarithms of the radii. These can be shown to satisfy a Central Limit Theorem. The method of proof uses iterated function schemes and transfer operators and has applications to other conformal dynamical systems.

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Multifractal properties of data coming from many scientific fields (especially in turbulence) are now rigorously established. Unfortunately, the parameters measured on these data do not correspond to those mathematically obtained for the typical (or almost sure) functions in the standard functional spaces: Hölder, Sobolev, Besov…
In this talk, we introduce very natural Besov spaces in which typical functions possess very rich scaling properties, mimicking those observed on data for instance. We obtain various characterizations of these function spaces, in terms of oscillations or wavelet coefficients.
Combining this with the construction of almost-doubling measures with prescribed scaling properties, we are able to bring a solution to the so-called Frisch-Parisi conjecture. This is a joint work with Julien Barral (Université Paris-Nord).
Multifractal properties of data coming from many scientific fields (especially in turbulence) are now rigorously established. Unfortunately, the parameters measured on these data do not correspond to those mathematically obtained for the typical (or almost sure) functions in the standard functional spaces: Hölder, Sobolev, Besov…
In this talk, we introduce very natural Besov spaces in which typical functions possess very rich scaling properties, ...

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