### A chaotic function with zero topological entropy having a non-perfect attractor

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We prove a generalisation of the entropy formula for certain algebraic ${\mathbb{Z}}^{d}$-actions given in [2] and [4]. This formula expresses the entropy as the logarithm of the Mahler measure of a Laurent polynomial in d variables with integral coefficients. We replace the rational integers by the integers in a number field and examine the entropy of the corresponding dynamical system.

In this paper, a local approach to the concept of $g$-entropy is presented. Applying the Choquet‘s representation Theorem, the introduced concept is stated in terms of $g$-entropy.

A weighted ergodic maximal equality is proved for a conservative and ergodic semiflow of nonsingular automorphisms.

The notion of adjoint entropy for endomorphisms of an Abelian group is somehow dual to that of algebraic entropy. The Abelian groups of zero adjoint entropy, i.e. ones whose endomorphisms all have zero adjoint entropy, are investigated. Torsion groups and cotorsion groups satisfying this condition are characterized. It is shown that many classes of torsionfree groups contain groups of either zero or infinite adjoint entropy. In particular, no characterization of torsionfree groups of zero adjoint...

We generalize to the case of finitely generated groups of homeomorphisms the notion of a local measure entropy introduced by Brin and Katok [7] for a single map. We apply the theory of dimensional type characteristics of a dynamical system elaborated by Pesin [25] to obtain a relationship between the topological entropy of a pseudogroup and a group of homeomorphisms of a metric space, defined by Ghys, Langevin and Walczak in [12], and its local measure entropies. We prove an analogue of the Variational...