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# Kneading Theory for a Family of Circle Maps with One Discontinuity

@inproceedings{ALSED1999KneadingTF, title={Kneading Theory for a Family of Circle Maps with One Discontinuity}, author={Ll. ALSED{\`A}}, year={1999} }

- Published 1999

(3) F (x+ 1) = F (x) + 1 for all x ∈ R. For a map F ∈ C and for each a ∈ Z we set F (a) = limx↓a F (x) and F (a) = limx↑a F (x). In view of (3) we have F (a ) = F (0) + a and F (a) = F (0) + a. Note that the exact value of F (0) is not specified. Then in what follows we consider that F (0) is either F (0) or F (0−), or both, as necessary. Since every map F ∈ C has a discontinuity in each integer, the class C can be considered as a family of liftings of circle maps with one discontinuity. The… CONTINUE READING