Given an E⊆Rm, Lebesgue measurable, we construct a real function ψ:R+→R+ (depending on E) increasing, with limt→0+ ψ(t)=0 such that limx∈Rd(R)→0 |R∩Ec||R| ψ(d(R))=0fora.e.x∈E (where R is an interval in Rm and d stands for the diameter). This gives a new constructive proof of a problem posed by S.J. Taylor (1959) [7, p. 314]. Furthermore, the constructive method we use, gives a sharp upper bound for the Hausdorff dimension of the set of exceptional points, for the strong density theorem of Saks.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Applied Mathematics
- Besicovitch-Taylor index
- Hausdorff dimension
- Saks' strong density theorem