By M. V. Velasco, A. Rodriguez-Palacios
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Extra info for Advanced courses of mathematical analysis II: proceedings of the 2nd international school, Granada, Spain, 20-24 September 2004
G 2 G/: This yields an injective homomorphism W G ! GI a/ of groups. 15 (Rotation and Translation). For ˛ 2 Œ0; 1/ let a WD e2 i˛ . 12 are all isomorphic. Proof. ) map ˚ W R=Z ! T; x C Z 7! e2 ix is a group isomorphism. It is continuous since ˚ ı q is continuous and q W R ! 4). Since 'a ı ˚ D ˚ ı '˛ , ˚ is an isomorphism of the topological systems 2) and 3). The isomorphy of 1) and 2) is Exercise 6. 16 (Shift Š Cantor System). 5 (shift on two letters) are isomorphic (Exercise 7). 17 (Factors). KI '/ be a topological system.
W H ! x; gh/ to be the right multiplication by h in the second coordinate. HI /. Indeed, h. x; g/ 2 H. x/gh/ D W G ! x; gh/ D h 2 . x; g// GI / is a group homomorphism. 20 2 Topological Dynamical Systems 3. KI '/ be a topological system. A/. , invariant under ', or '-invariant. 25. KI '/ be a topological system and let A Â K. Then the following assertions hold: a) If A is bi-invariant or stable, then A is invariant. b) If A is stable and ' is injective, then A is bi-invariant. c) If A is bi-invariant and ' is surjective, then A is stable.
A) A point x 2 WkC is recurrent if every finite block of x occurs infinitely often in x (Exercise 7). b) The point x is uniformly recurrent if it is recurrent and the gaps between two occurrences of a given block y of x are bounded (Exercise 7). c) By a) and b) a recurrent, but not uniformly recurrent point is easy to find: Let k D 2, and enumerate the words formed from the alphabet f0; 1g according to the lexicographical ordering. Now write these words into one infinite word x 2 W2C : 0 j 1 j 00 j 01 j 10 j 11 j 000 j 001 j 010 j 011 j 100 j 101 j 110 j 111 j 0000j : All blocks of x occur as a sub-block of later finite blocks, hence they are repeated infinitely often, and hence x is recurrent.
Advanced courses of mathematical analysis II: proceedings of the 2nd international school, Granada, Spain, 20-24 September 2004 by M. V. Velasco, A. Rodriguez-Palacios