On Self-Similar Subgroups in the Sense of IFS

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In this paper, we first give several properties with respect to subgroups of self-similar groups in the sense of iterate function system (IFS). We then prove that some subgroups of p-adic numbers ℚp are strong self-similar in the sense of IFS.

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researchers in the fields of: algebraic structures, calculus of variations, combinatorics, control and optimization, cryptography, differential equations, differential geometry, fuzzy logic and fuzzy set theory, global analysis, mathematical physics and number theory


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