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The Local Product Structure of Expansive Automorphisms of Solenoids and Their Associated C*-Algebras

  • Berndt Brenken (a1)

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An explicit description of a hyperbolic canonical coordinate system for an expansive automorphism of a compact connected abelian group is given. These dynamical systems are factors of subshifts of finite type. Some properties of the associated crossed product C*-algebra are discussed. In these examples, the C* -algebras of Ruelle are crossed product algebras.

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