By Valentino Magnani
We receive an intrinsic Blow-up Theorem for normal hypersurfaces on graded nilpotent teams. This approach permits us to symbolize explicitly the Riemannian floor degree when it comes to the round Hausdorff degree with recognize to an intrinsic distance of the crowd, particularly homogeneous distance. We observe this outcome to get a model of the Riemannian coarea forumula on sub-Riemannian teams, that may be expressed by way of arbitrary homogeneous distances.We introduce the traditional type of horizontal isometries in sub-Riemannian teams, giving examples of rotational invariant homogeneous distances and rotational teams, the place the coarea formulation takes a less complicated shape. through an analogous Blow-up Theorem we receive an optimum estimate for the Hausdorff size of the attribute set relative to C1,1 hypersurfaces in 2-step teams and we turn out that it has finite Q − 2 Hausdorff degree, the place Q is the homogeneous measurement of the gang.
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