Isolated sets, catenary Lyapunov functions and expansive systems

Alfonso Artigue

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/TMNA.2016.067

Abstract


It is a paper about models for isolated sets and the construction of special hyperbolic Lyapunov functions. We prove that after a suitable surgery every isolated set is the intersection of an attractor and a repeller. We give linear models for attractors and repellers. With these tools we construct hyperbolic Lyapunov functions and metrics around an isolated set whose values along the orbits are catenary curves. Applications are given to expansive flows and homeomorphisms, obtaining, among other things, a hyperbolic metric on local cross sections for an arbitrary expansive flow on a compact metric space.

Keywords


Isolated set; Lyapunov function; expansive homeomorphism; expansive flow; hyperbolic metric

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