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Weak forms of topological and measure-theoretical equicontinuity: relationships with discrete spectrum and sequence entropy

  • FELIPE GARCÍA-RAMOS (a1)

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We define weaker forms of topological and measure-theoretical equicontinuity for topological dynamical systems, and we study their relationships with sequence entropy and systems with discrete spectrum. We show that for topological systems equipped with ergodic measures having discrete spectrum is equivalent to $\unicode[STIX]{x1D707}$ -mean equicontinuity. In the purely topological category we show that minimal subshifts with zero topological sequence entropy are strictly contained in diam-mean equicontinuous systems; and that transitive almost automorphic subshifts are diam-mean equicontinuous if and only if they are regular (i.e. the maximal equicontinuous factor map is one–one on a set of full Haar measure). For both categories we find characterizations using stronger versions of the classical notion of sensitivity. As a consequence, we obtain a dichotomy between discrete spectrum and a strong form of measure-theoretical sensitivity.

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Weak forms of topological and measure-theoretical equicontinuity: relationships with discrete spectrum and sequence entropy

  • FELIPE GARCÍA-RAMOS (a1)

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