Recent Advances in Topological Dynamics

Proceedings of the Conference on Topological Dynamics, held at Yale University, June 19–23, 1972, in honor of Professor Gustav Arnold Hedlund on the occasion of his retirement

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ISBN: 978-3-540-06187-8 (Print) 978-3-540-38414-4 (Online)

Table of contents (31 chapters)

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    F-expansions revisited

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    Pages 6-11

    Non-compact dynamical systems

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    Pages 12-22

    Ergodic G-induced flows on compact solvmanifolds

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    Pages 23-29

    Products of semi-dynamical systems

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    Uniqueness of flow solutions of differential equations

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    Pages 51-58

    Symbolic dynamics for hyperbolic systems

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    Pages 59-77

    Monothetic automorphisms of a compact abelian group

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    Pages 78-85

    On the embedding problem and the Hilbert-Smith conjecture

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    Pages 86-94

    A group associated with an extension

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    Pages 95-115

    The unique ergodigity of the horocycle flow

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    Pages 116-119

    How should we define topological entropy?

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    Pages 120-125

    Some general dynamical notions

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    Pages 126-139

    Group-like decompositions of Riemannian bundles

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    Pages 140-142

    Non-minimality of 3-Manifolds

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    Pages 143-149

    Examples of ergodic measure preserving transformations which are weakly mixing but not strongly mixing

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    Pages 150-166

    Locally connected almost periodic minimal sets

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    Pages 167-173

    Choquet theory and ergodic measures for compact group extensions

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    Pages 174-181

    The intermediate transformation groups

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    Pages 182-196

    The structure of compact connected groups which admit an expansive automorphism

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    Pages 197-200

    Characteristic sequences

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