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4:00 pm Wednesday, August 25, 2010 Stulken Geometry-Analysis Seminar: Topological Mixing for Interval Exchange Transformationsby
Jon Chaika (University of Chicago) in HB 227- A dynamical system T:X->X is called topologically mixing if for any non-empty open sets U,V there exists a number N such that for any n>N T^n(U) intersects V non-trivially. We will present results on the existence of topologically mixing IETs.
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