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Common periodic trajectories of two mappings

For a mapping fC r(I, I), r ≥ 0, we consider the problem of the existence of a mapping close to it that has periodic trajectories of given periods in common with f.

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Correspondence to M. Yu. Matviichuk.

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Translated from Ukrains'kyi Matematychnyi Zhurnal, Vol. 60, No. 7, pp. 937–948, July, 2008.

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Matviichuk, M.Y. Common periodic trajectories of two mappings. Ukr Math J 60, 1099–1113 (2008).

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  • Natural Number
  • Stationary Point
  • Periodic Point
  • Common Point
  • Periodic Trajectory