Random compact set meets the graph of nonrandom continuous function
"Random compact set meets the graph of nonrandom continuous function"
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A research paper, 6 pages, bibl. 4 refs.
On the plane, every random compact set with almost surely uncountable first projection intersects with a high probability the graph of some continuous function. Implication: every black noise over the plane fails to factorize when the plane is split by such graph.
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