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Applications of the Tarski-Kantorovitch Fixed-Point Principle to the study of Infinite Iterated Function Systems

@inproceedings{Luchian2021ApplicationsOT,
  title={Applications of the Tarski-Kantorovitch Fixed-Point Principle to the study of Infinite Iterated Function Systems},
  author={Bogdan-Alexandru Luchian},
  year={2021}
}
The aim of this paper is to establish some results regarding Infinite Iterated Function Systems with the help of the Tarski-Kantorovitch fixed-point principles for maps on partially ordered sets. To this end we introduce two new classes of Infinite Iterated Function Systems which are well suited for applying the aforementioned principle. We also study some properties of the canonical projection from the shift space of an Infinite Iterated Function System belonging to one of the two introduced… 

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