|4:00 pm Friday, October 2, 2009|
Geometry-Analysis Seminar: How typical is Fubini's Nightmare in Partially Hyperbolic Dynamics?
by Andrey Gogolev (UT Austin) in HB 227
Examples of partially hyperbolic diffeomorphims with non-absolutely continuous central foliations (that is, foliations for which Fubini's Theorem fails miserably) are known since mid 80s. In this talk a new method of establishing non-absolute continuity will be presented. It shows that for a large space of volume-preserving partially hyperbolic diffeomorphisms of the 3-torus with non-compact central leaves, the central foliation generically is non-absolutely continuous. Host Department: Rice University-Mathematics
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