On Dendrites Generated by Symmetric Polygonal Systems: The Case of Regular Polygons
We define G-symmetric polygonal systems of similarities and study the properties of symmetric dendrites, which appear as their attractors. This allows us to find the conditions under which the attractor of a zipper becomes a dendrite.
Supported by Russian Foundation of Basic Research projects 16-01-00414 and 18-501-51021
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