Groups Having Elements Conjugate to Their Squares and Connections with Dynamical Systems

Abstract

In recent years, dynamical systems which are conjugate to their squares have been studied in ergodic theory. In this paper we study the consequences of groups having elements which are conjugate to their squares and consider examples arising from topological dynamics and more general dynamical systems

In recent years, dynamical systems which are conjugate to their squares have been studied in ergodic theory. In this paper we study the consequences of groups having elements which are conjugate to their squares and consider examples arising from topological dynamics and more general dynamical systems

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nullG. Goodson, "Groups Having Elements Conjugate to Their Squares and Connections with Dynamical Systems,"*Applied Mathematics*, Vol. 1 No. 5, 2010, pp. 416-424. doi: 10.4236/am.2010.15055.

nullG. Goodson, "Groups Having Elements Conjugate to Their Squares and Connections with Dynamical Systems,"

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