### A KAM theorem for infinite-dimensional discrete systems.

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We show that on a dense open set of analytic one-frequency complex valued cocycles in arbitrary dimension Oseledets filtration is either dominated or trivial. The underlying mechanism is different from that of the Bochi-Viana Theorem for continuous cocycles, which links non-domination with discontinuity of the Lyapunov exponent. Indeed, in our setting the Lyapunov exponents are shown to depend continuously on the cocycle, even if the initial irrational frequency is allowed to vary. On the other...

A new class of dynamical systems is defined, the class of “locally equicontinuous systems” (LE). We show that the property LE is inherited by factors as well as subsystems, and is closed under the operations of pointed products and inverse limits. In other words, the locally equicontinuous functions in ${l}_{\infty}\left(\mathbb{Z}\right)$ form a uniformly closed translation invariant subalgebra. We show that WAP ⊂ LE ⊂ AE, where WAP is the class of weakly almost periodic systems and AE the class of almost equicontinuous systems....

The aim of this paper is twofold. On the one hand, we want to discuss some methodological issues related to the notion of strange nonchaotic attractor. On the other hand, we want to formulate a precise definition of this kind of attractor, which is "observable" in the physical sense and, in the two-dimensional setting, includes the well known models proposed by Grebogi et al. and by Keller, and a wide range of other examples proposed in the literature. Furthermore, we analytically prove that a whole...

Given β > 1, let Tβ$\begin{array}{ccc}{\mathit{T}}_{\mathit{\beta}}\mathrm{:}\mathrm{\left[}\mathrm{0}\mathit{,}\mathrm{1}\mathrm{\right[}& \mathrm{\to}& \mathrm{\left[}\mathrm{0}\mathit{,}\mathrm{1}\mathrm{\right[}\\ \mathit{x}& \mathrm{\to}& \mathit{\beta x}\mathrm{-}\mathrm{\lfloor}\mathit{\beta x}\mathrm{\rfloor}\mathit{.}\end{array}$The iteration of this transformation gives rise to the greedy β-expansion. There has been extensive research on the properties of this expansion and its dependence on the parameter β.In [17], K. Schmidt analyzed the set of periodic points of Tβ, where β is a Pisot number. In an attempt to generalize some of his results, we study, for certain Pisot units, a different expansion that we call linear expansion$\begin{array}{ccc}\mathit{x}\mathrm{=}\sum _{\mathit{i}\mathrm{\ge}\mathrm{0}}{\mathit{e}}_{\mathit{i}}{\mathit{\beta}}^{\mathrm{-}\mathit{i}}\mathit{,}& & \end{array}$where each ei...

For quasiperiodic flows of Koch type, we exploit an algebraic rigidity of an equivalence relation on flows, called projective conjugacy, to algebraically characterize the deviations from completeness of an absolute invariant of projective conjugacy, called the multiplier group, which describes the generalized symmetries of the flow. We then describe three ways by which two quasiperiodic flows with the same Koch field are projectively conjugate when their multiplier groups are identical. The first...

This article is about almost reducibility of quasi-periodic cocycles with a diophantine frequency which are sufficiently close to a constant. Generalizing previous works by L.H. Eliasson, we show a strong version of almost reducibility for analytic and Gevrey cocycles, that is to say, almost reducibility where the change of variables is in an analytic or Gevrey class which is independent of how close to a constant the initial cocycle is conjugated. This implies a result of density, or quasi-density,...