I have a question about fractals;
Suppose $\alpha\in[0,1]$ is real number, is there any fractal $F_\alpha$, such that $Dimension(F_\alpha)=\alpha$? If yes, do we have any method to construct such fractal?
I have a question about fractals; Suppose $\alpha\in[0,1]$ is real number, is there any fractal $F_\alpha$, such that $Dimension(F_\alpha)=\alpha$? If yes, do we have any method to construct such fractal? 

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Yes, there are many examples, and constructible ones abound. I'll just mention one example: There is a theorem of Jarnik from the 1920's or 30's that says that for any $\tau\ge 2$ the collection of real numbers $x$ for which the inequality $$xa/q\le 1/q^{\tau}$$ has infinitely many solutions $a,q\in\mathbb{N}$, has Hausdorff dimension $2/\tau$. 

