Coincidence for substitutions of Pisot type

Marcy Barge; Beverly Diamond

Bulletin de la Société Mathématique de France (2002)

  • Volume: 130, Issue: 4, page 619-626
  • ISSN: 0037-9484

Abstract

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Let ϕ be a substitution of Pisot type on the alphabet 𝒜 = { 1 , 2 , ... , d } ; ϕ satisfies thestrong coincidence conditionif for every i , j 𝒜 , there are integers k , n such that ϕ n ( i ) and ϕ n ( j ) have the same k -th letter, and the prefixes of length k - 1 of ϕ n ( i ) and ϕ n ( j ) have the same image under the abelianization map. We prove that the strong coincidence condition is satisfied if d = 2 and provide a partial result for d 2 .

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Barge, Marcy, and Diamond, Beverly. "Coincidence for substitutions of Pisot type." Bulletin de la Société Mathématique de France 130.4 (2002): 619-626. <http://eudml.org/doc/272474>.

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abstract = {Let $\varphi $ be a substitution of Pisot type on the alphabet $\mathcal \{A\}=\lbrace 1, 2,\ldots , d\rbrace $; $\varphi $ satisfies thestrong coincidence conditionif for every $i, j \in \mathcal \{A\}$, there are integers $k, n$ such that $\varphi ^n(i)$ and $\varphi ^n(j)$ have the same $k$-th letter, and the prefixes of length $k-1$ of $\varphi ^n(i)$ and $\varphi ^n(j)$ have the same image under the abelianization map. We prove that the strong coincidence condition is satisfied if $d= 2$ and provide a partial result for $d \ge 2$.},
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journal = {Bulletin de la Société Mathématique de France},
keywords = {substitution; dynamical system; Pisot; coincidence conjecture; pure discrete spectrum},
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