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By J. Aguade, R. Kane

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If we assume the function f is continuous then the limit in (28) will give a measure on L equal to 4 f |L dt on the portion of L with squares on only one side, and zero on the portion of L with squares on both sides. Next suppose the f1 is a measure on each line L in SC that has | f1 (e1 )| ≤ c3−m . (m) (m) Fix a square e2 want to define (29) on level n, and write it as a union of 8m−n squares on level m. We (n) d1 f1 (e2 ) = lim m→∞ 3 8 m ∑ (m) (n) e2 ⊆e2 (m) (m) (m) d1 f1 (e2 ). (30) Hodge-de Rham Theory of K-Forms on Carpet Type Fractals 45 Fig.

0, 0, 1). This is a finite rank perturbation of C(k): no change in the index. And the index of this matrix diag (C(k − 1), 1) equals the index of C(k − 1). Marko Lindner showed me this neat proof of Lemma 1, which he uses to define the “plus-index” and “minus-index” of the outgoing and incoming singly infinite submatrices A+ and A− of A. These indices are independent of the cutoff position (row and column k) between A− and A+ . The rapidly growing theory of infinite matrices is described in [4, 15, 21].

There is a unique row number i(k), with | i − k |≤ w, such that row i(k) of C(k − 1) is a combination of previous rows of C(k − 1) row i(k) of C(k) is not a combination of previous rows of C(k). Proof. By Lemma 1, the submatrices C(k) all share the same index −d. Each submatrix has nullspace = {0}, since C(k) contains all nonzeros of all columns ≤ k of the invertible matrix A. With index −d, the nullspace of every C(k)T has dimension d. This means that d rows of C(k) are linear combinations of previous The Algebra of Elimination 17 rows.

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