# All solenoids of piecewise smooth maps are period doubling

Fundamenta Mathematicae (1998)

• Volume: 157, Issue: 2-3, page 121-138
• ISSN: 0016-2736

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## Abstract

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We show that piecewise smooth maps with a finite number of pieces of monotonicity and nowhere vanishing Lipschitz continuous derivative can have only period doubling solenoids. The proof is based on the fact that if ${p}_{1}<...<{p}_{n}$ is a periodic orbit of a continuous map f then there is a union set ${q}_{1},...,{q}_{n-1}$ of some periodic orbits of f such that ${p}_{i}<{q}_{i}<{p}_{i+1}$ for any i.

## How to cite

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Alsedà, Lluís, Jiménez López, Víctor, and Snoha, L’ubomír. "All solenoids of piecewise smooth maps are period doubling." Fundamenta Mathematicae 157.2-3 (1998): 121-138. <http://eudml.org/doc/212281>.

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abstract = {We show that piecewise smooth maps with a finite number of pieces of monotonicity and nowhere vanishing Lipschitz continuous derivative can have only period doubling solenoids. The proof is based on the fact that if $p_1 < ... < p_n$ is a periodic orbit of a continuous map f then there is a union set $\{q_1,..., q_\{n-1\}\}$ of some periodic orbits of f such that $p_i < q_i < p_\{i+1\}$ for any i.},
author = {Alsedà, Lluís, Jiménez López, Víctor, Snoha, L’ubomír},
journal = {Fundamenta Mathematicae},
keywords = {Markov graph; periodic point; piecewise smooth map with nowhere vanishing Lipschitz continuous derivative; piecewise linear map; solenoid; piecewise smooth map; period doubling solenoid; periodic orbit},
language = {eng},
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title = {All solenoids of piecewise smooth maps are period doubling},
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year = {1998},
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