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The centralizer of Morse shifts

Mariusz Lemanczyk (1985)

Annales scientifiques de l'Université de Clermont-Ferrand 2. Série Probabilités et applications


On foundations of the Conley index theory

Roman Srzednicki (1999)

Banach Center Publications


The Conley index theory was introduced by Charles C. Conley (1933-1984) in [C1] and a major part of the foundations of the theory was developed in Ph. D. theses of his students, see for example [Ch, Ku, Mon]. The Conley index associates the homotopy type of some pointed space to an isolated invariant set of a flow, just as the fixed point index associates an integer number to an isolated set of fixed points of a continuous map. Examples of isolated invariant sets arise naturally in the...

The topological centralizers of Toeplitz flows and their Z-extensions.

Wojciech Bulatek, Jan Kwiatkowski (1990)

Publicacions Matemàtiques


The topological centralizers of Toeplitz flows satisfying a condition (Sh) and their Z-extensions are described. Such Toeplitz flows are topologically coalescent. If {q, q, ...} is a set of all except at least one prime numbers and I, I, ... are positive integers then the direct sum ⊕ Z ⊕ Z can be the topological centralizer of a Toeplitz flow.

Almost 1-1 extensions of Furstenberg-Weiss type and applications to Toeplitz flows

T. Downarowicz, Y. Lacroix (1998)

Studia Mathematica


Let ( Z , T Z ) be a minimal non-periodic flow which is either symbolic or strictly ergodic. Any topological extension of ( Z , T Z ) is Borel isomorphic to an almost 1-1 extension of ( Z , T Z ) . Moreover, this isomorphism preserves the affine-topological structure of the invariant measures. The above extends a theorem of Furstenberg-Weiss (1989). As an application we prove that any measure-preserving transformation which admits infinitely many rational eigenvalues is measure-theoretically isomorphic to a strictly...

Reconstructing the global dynamics of attractors via the Conley index

Christopher McCord (1999)

Banach Center Publications


Given an unknown attractor 𝓐 in a continuous dynamical system, how can we discover the topology and dynamics of 𝓐? As a practical matter, how can we do so from only a finite amount of information? One way of doing so is to produce a semi-conjugacy from 𝓐 onto a model system 𝓜 whose topology and dynamics are known. The complexity of 𝓜 then provides a lower bound for the complexity of 𝓐. The Conley index can be used to construct a simplicial model and a surjective semi-conjugacy...