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Zero-entropy automorphisms of a compact abelian group

Terrance Lee Seethoff

Zero-entropy automorphisms of a compact abelian group

by Terrance Lee Seethoff

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ergodic theory.,
  • Topological groups.

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    Statementby Terrance Lee Seethoff.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination67 leaves, bound ;
    Number of Pages67
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15108034M

    The abelian complexity of infinite words and the Frobenius problem. Ian Kaye and Narad Rampersad*, University of Winnipeg () PM () Abelian subshifts. Svetlana Puzynina, Saint Petersburg State University, Russia () PM () On non-repetitive complexity of Arnoux-Rauzy words. Kateˇrina Medkov´a, Edita Pelantov´a,File Size: 1MB. Debmalya Sain.. Source: Annals of Functional Analysis, Advance publication, 9 pages. Abstract: In this paper we completely characterize the norm attainment set of a bounded linear operator between Hilbert spaces. In fact, we obtain two different characterizations of the norm attainment set of a bounded linear operator between Hilbert spaces.

    The abelian complexity of infinite words and the Frobenius problem. Ian Kaye, University of Winnipeg Narad Rampersad*, University of Winnipeg () p.m. Abelian subshifts. Svetlana Puzynina*, Saint Petersburg State University, Russia () p.m. On non-repetitive complexity of Arnoux-Rauzy words.   Automorphisms of zero entropy dynamical systems. Van Cyr*, Bucknell University Bryna Kra, Northwestern University John Franks, Northwestern University () a.m. Specification and Markov properties in shift spaces. Vaughn Climenhaga*, University of Houston () a.m.

    A RANDOM WALK DRIVEN BY AN IRRATIONAL ROTATION 3 (c) up (a) 1 1 i i 4 4 iv iv 2 2 ii ii 5 5 v vi v 3 3 iii iii (b) 1 1 1 Figure 1. (a) The in nite staircase St; (b) The translation surface St 0 it covers; (c) St 0 is a punctured torus T is ergodic and measure preserving [CK]. But . We introduce a general result relating “short averages” of a multiplicative function to “long averages” which are well understood. This result has several consequences. First, for the Möbius function we show that there are cancellations in the sum of $\mu(n)$ in almost all intervals of the form $[x, x + \psi(x)]$ with $\psi(x) \rightarrow \infty$ arbitrarily slowly.


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