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### Theorem 1 ([2], Theorem 4.1). (1) Let a = ( 1 1 1

"... For the convenience of the reader we reproduce the statements of the main theorem (Theorem 4.1) and one of the accompanying remarks (Remark 4.3) in the cited paper [2]. To clarify the remainder of this erratum we have divided the statement of the theorem into two parts. We recall that Sa, for a sequ ..."

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For the convenience of the reader we reproduce the statements of the main theorem (Theorem 4.1) and one of the accompanying remarks (Remark 4.3) in the cited paper [2]. To clarify the remainder of this erratum we have divided the statement of the theorem into two parts. We recall that Sa, for a sequence a = (a1,a2,...) with aj ∈ { 1 1 1, ,,...}, j = 1,2,3,..., denotes the Sierpiński carpet obtained by starting from the fixed square [0,1] 2 (called the 0th level square), subdividing all (j −1)st level squares Q into congruent and essentially disjoint subsquares of side length aj times the side length of Q, removing the central subsquare from each such subdivision, and passing to the limit as j → ∞. For a more precise description of the procedure defining these carpets, see section 2 of the cited paper [2]. Theorem 4.1 of [2] refers only to the self-similar carpets Sa obtained for constant sequences a. For instance S3 denotes the classical 1

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Transition from Agency to Agency: Administrative Issues.......................................... 449