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1998/1999 Symmetric Measure-Preserving Systems
Eric S. Key
Real Anal. Exchange 24(1): 411-422 (1998/1999).


A symmetric measure-preserving system is one where the measure $Pr$ is preserved by two maps $T$ and $R$ where $R$ is self-inverse and $T\circ R = T$. We discuss the existence of such systems and some consequences, including when unimodal maps are conjugate to the symmetric tent map.


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Eric S. Key. "Symmetric Measure-Preserving Systems." Real Anal. Exchange 24 (1) 411 - 422, 1998/1999.


Published: 1998/1999
First available in Project Euclid: 23 March 2011

zbMATH: 0942.28016
MathSciNet: MR1691760

Primary: 28D05
Secondary: 47A35

Keywords: Measure-preserving , symmetric tent map

Rights: Copyright © 1998 Michigan State University Press

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