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METRICAL AND TOPOLOGICAL PRESSURE OF FLOWS WITHOUT FIXED POINTS
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 Title & Authors
METRICAL AND TOPOLOGICAL PRESSURE OF FLOWS WITHOUT FIXED POINTS
Lianfa He; Fenghong Yang; Yinghui Gao;
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 Abstract
We study the metrical and topological pressure for flows without fixed points on a compact metric space, and get the results as follows: (1) The metrical pressure with respect to an ergodic measure can be defined by (t, )-spanning sets. (2) The topological pressure is the supremum of metrical pressures with respect to all ergodic measures. (3) The properties that the topological pressure is zero, nonzero, finite or infinite respectively are invariant under weak equivalence.
 Keywords
flows;weak equivalence;metrical pressure;topological pressure;
 Language
English
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Pressures for flows on arbitrary subsets, Nonlinear Analysis: Theory, Methods & Applications, 2013, 90, 46  crossref(new windwow)
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