Inspired by the theory of analysis on fractals, we construct an example of a continuous, monotone function on an interval, which has vanishing derivatives on a dense set and infinite derivatives on another dense set. Although such examples could be constructed by classical means of probability and measure theory, this one is more elementary and emerges naturally as a byproduct of some new fractal constructions.
Sierpinki Gasket, harmonic function
DEMİR, BÜNYAMİN; DZHAFAROV, VAKIF; KOÇAK, ŞAHİN; and ÜREYEN, MEHMET (2006) "A Fractal Example of a Continuous Monotone Function with Vanishing Derivatives on a Dense Set and Infinite Derivatives on Another Dense Set," Turkish Journal of Mathematics: Vol. 30: No. 2, Article 7. Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/math/vol30/iss2/7