mrow> μ λ = ( log 2 / log 3 ) 2 and dim P Ω = dim P T μ λ = log 2 / log 3 .

3. Conclusion

Finally, through the above proof, we solved dimension of the set T μ λ of points that is Eidswick didn’t study it. In other words, we finally get that dim H T μ λ = ( log 2 / log 3 ) 2 , and dim P T μ λ = log 2 / log 3 .

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