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By a counter example we show that two continuous functions defined on a compact metric space satisfying a certain semi metric need not have a common periodic point.
It is known that two commuting continuous functions on an interval need not have a common fixed point. However, it is not known if such two functions have a common periodic point. We had conjectured that two commuting continuous functions on an interval will typically have disjoint sets of periodic points. In this paper, we first prove that S is a nowhere… (More)
The set of periodic points of self-maps of intervals has been studied for different reasons. The functions with smaller sets of periodic points are more likely not to share a periodic point. Of course, one has to decide what “big” or “small” means and how to describe this notion. In this direction one would be interested in studying the size of the sets of… (More)