Dynamics of elementary maps of dendrites
The notion of elementary map of a dendrite into itself is introduced. Arithmetical relations between the periods of periodic points are given; the structure ofω-limit sets, sets of periodic and nonwandering points is described; the topological entropy of elementary maps is shown to be equal to 0. Examples are given illustrating the differences in the entropic properties of continuous maps of dendrites with a countable set of branch points and continuous maps of their retracts which are finite trees.
Key wordsdendrites periods dynamics of maps topological entropy
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