In [BGH] the authors show that for a given topological dynamical system (X,T) and an open coveru there is an invariant measure μ such that infhμ(T,ℙ)≥htop(T,U) where infimum is taken over all partitions finer thanu. We prove in this paper that if μ is an invariant measure andhμ(T,ℙ) > 0 for each ℙ finer thanu, then infhμ(T,ℙ > 0 andhtop(T,U) > 0. The results are applied to study the topological analogue of the Kolmogorov system in ergodic theory, namely uniform positive entropy (u.p.e.) of ordern (n≥2) or u.p.e. of all orders. We show that for eachn≥2 the set of all topological entropyn-tuples is the union of the set of entropyn-tuples for an invariant measure over all invariant measures. Characterizations of positive entropy, u.p.e. of ordern and u.p.e. of all orders are obtained.
We could answer several open questions concerning the nature of u.p.e. and c.p.e.. Particularly, we show that u.p.e. of ordern does not imply u.p.e. of ordern+1 for eachn≥2. Applying the methods and results obtained in the paper, we show that u.p.e. (of order 2) system is weakly disjoint from all transitive systems, and the product of u.p.e. of ordern (resp. of all orders) systems is again u.p.e. of ordern (resp. of all orders).
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