Anal. Theory Appl., 36 (2020), pp. 482-496.

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It was proved by Shen that the graph of the classical Weierstrass function $\sum_{n=0}^\infty \lambda^n \cos (2\pi b^n x)$ has Hausdorff dimension $2+\log \lambda/\log b$, for every integer $b\geq 2$ and every $\lambda\in (1/b,1)$ [Hausdorff dimension of the graph of the classical Weierstrass functions, Math. Z., 289 (2018), 223–266]. In this paper, we prove that the dimension formula holds for every integer $b\geq 3$ and every $\lambda\in (1/b,1)$ if we replace the function $\cos$ by $\sin$ in the definition of Weierstrass function. A class of more general functions are also discussed.

}, issn = {1573-8175}, doi = {https://doi.org/10.4208/ata.OA-SU8}, url = {http://global-sci.org/intro/article_detail/ata/18465.html} }It was proved by Shen that the graph of the classical Weierstrass function $\sum_{n=0}^\infty \lambda^n \cos (2\pi b^n x)$ has Hausdorff dimension $2+\log \lambda/\log b$, for every integer $b\geq 2$ and every $\lambda\in (1/b,1)$ [Hausdorff dimension of the graph of the classical Weierstrass functions, Math. Z., 289 (2018), 223–266]. In this paper, we prove that the dimension formula holds for every integer $b\geq 3$ and every $\lambda\in (1/b,1)$ if we replace the function $\cos$ by $\sin$ in the definition of Weierstrass function. A class of more general functions are also discussed.

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