The ultrametric skeleton theorem [Mendel, Naor 2013] implies, among other things, the following nonlinear Dvoretzky-type theorem for Hausdorff dimension: For any 0 < β < α, any compact metric space X of Hausdorff dimension α contains a subset which is biLipschitz equivalent to an ultrametric and has Hausdorff dimension at least β. In this note we present a simple proof of the ultrametric skeleton theorem in doubling spaces using Bartal's Ramsey decompositions [Bartal 2021]. The same general approach is also used to answer a question of Zindulka [Zindulka 2020] about the existence of "nearly ultrametric"subsets of compact spaces having full Hausdorff dimension.
|Number of pages||13|
|Journal||Analysis and Geometry in Metric Spaces|
|State||Published - 1 Jan 2022|
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© 2022 Manor Mendel, published by De Gruyter.
- biLipschitz embeddings
- Dvoretzky-type theorems
- Hausdorff dimension
- Metric Ramsey theory