Seminar iz topologije

Vodji seminarja: Iztok Banič in Tina Sovič.
Predavanja potekajo ob ponedeljkih ob 16:30 v seminarski sobi P1 (Gosposvetska cesta 84, v 4. nadstropju).

Bodoča predavanja

Minula predavanja

Characterising Functions between Compact Connected Metric Spaces

Predavatelj: Bradley Windelborn  (University of Auckland)

Povzetek: We consider the following question: When can an arbitrary function between sets be turned into a continuous function between compact connected metric spaces by adding metrics to the sets? We discuss our conjectured solution to this. We will focus on the bijective self-map case and through looking at examples build a classifying conjecture/theorem. Following that, we briefly discuss the general case.

Predavanje bo ob 15:00 v predavalnici 0/103.

n-manifold and inverse limits of set-valued functions

Predavateljica: Sina Greenwood (University of Auckland)

Povzetek: I will discuss inverse sequences of set-valued functions whose inverse limits are manifolds, with and without boundary. It turns out that the only such manifolds (without boundary), are tori.

Predavanje bo ob 14:00 v predavalnici 0/103.

Dendroids and Selections

Predavateljica: Veronica Martinez de la Vega (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)

Povzetek: Let X be a nonempty, compact, connected metric space (a contiunuum) and C(X) the hyperspace of subcontinua of X, i.e. C(X) = {A in X : A is a continuum in X} and F1(X) = {{a} in C(X) : a in X}. It is easy to show that F1(X) is homeomorphic to X. Define a selection, s, as a continuous retraction s : C(X) —> F1(X) such that s(A) is contained in A, or s can be defined as a map s : C(X) —> X such that s(A) in A. We show in this talk for which continua selections can be defined and some interesting results around this type of maps.

Predavanje bo ob 13:00 v predavalnici 0/103.

Normal Numbers

Predavatelj: William Mance (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan)

Abstract: Informally, a real number is normal in base $b$ if in its $b$-ary expansion all digits and blocks of digits occur as often as one would expect them to uniformly at random. Borel introduced normal numbers in 1909 and proved that Lebesgue-almost every real number is normal in all bases $b \geq 2$. Even though this shows that, in some sense, normal numbers are “typical,” no example of a number normal in all bases was given until 1939 by Turing. In the last 100 years, the study of normal numbers has spread over a wide breadth of seemingly unrelated disciplines. Normality is closely related to number theory, ergodic theory, theoretical computer science, probability theory, fractal geometry, descriptive set theory, and others areas of math. We will explore the basic properties of normal numbers and surprising connections they have, depending on the interest of the audience.

Solenoids and continua which are groups

Predavatelj: Udayan B. Darji (University of Louisville)

Abstract: In this talk we discuss generic behaviour of groups which are continua. In fact, we show that such an object is the universal solenoid. This is analogous to Bing’s classics result that a generic continuum is the pseudoarc. This is joint work with my Hungarian colleagues M. Elekes, T. Kátay, A. Kocsis, M. Palfy.

On recurrence and entropy in hyperspace of continua in dimension one

Predavatelj: Domagoj Jelić

Abstract: We show that if $G$ is a topological graph, and $f$ is a continuous map, then the induced map $\tilde{f}$ acting on the hyperspace $C(G)$ of all connected subsets of $G$ by natural formula $\tilde{f}(C)=f(C)$ carries the same entropy as $f$. It is well known that this does not hold on the larger hyperspace of all compact subsets. Also, negative examples were given for the hyperspace $C(X)$ on some continua $X$, including dendrites.

Our work extends previous positive results obtained first for a much simpler case of compact interval by completely different tools.

This is joint work with Piotr Oprocha.

Leo preslikave in množice funkcij z gosto periodičnostjo

Predavatelj: Jernej Činč

Izvleček: Intervalna funkcija f na [0,1] se imenuje lokalno eventualno surjektivna (leo), če za vsako odprto množico U iz [0,1] velja, da obstaja neko naravno število n, tako da n-ta iteracija f od U pokrije celoten interval [0,1]. V diskretnih topoloških dinamičnih sistemih je leo lastnost ena izmed najstriktnejših lastnosti, ki se jo lahko zahteva in med drugim implicira tranzitivnost dinamičnega sistema.

Na tem seminarju bom govoril o pogostosti pojavljanja leo preslikav v množici funkcij, ki imajo gosto množico periodičnih točk.

On pseudoarc and dynamics

Predavatelj: Piotr Oprocha (AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland)

Abstract: The pseudoarc is an intriguing continuum that was discovered by Knaster 100 years ago. While its structure is very complicated, Bing proved that from topological perspective, pseudoarc is the typical continuum to encounter in the plane.
In this talk I will present selected results connecting pseudoarc as topological object with selected properties of dynamical systems.

Dynamics and complicated continua

Predavatelj: Udayan B. Darji (University of Louisville)

Abstract: Suppose we have a continuum X and f a continuous surjection of X. In this talk we will discuss some results in which dynamics of f imply complicated structure of X as well as the inverse limit determined by (X,f). All notions will be defined. The talk will be accessible to graduate students and nonspecialists.

A classification of strange attractors: the inverse limit approach

Predavatelj: Jan Boroński (AGH University of Science and Technology)

I will present my joint work with Sonja Štimac on classification of strange attractors. Among the many results, our work relies on the notion of mild dissipation [CP], which allows for an inverse limit description, in terms of densely branching trees [BS].

For a large family of attractors, that include those of Lozi and Henon, two strange attractors are equivalent if and only if their kneading sequences coincide, if and only if their folding patterns agree.

[BC] M. Benedicks, L.A.E. Carleson, The dynamics of the Henon map, Annals of Mathematics 133 (1991), 73–169.
[BS] J. Boroński, S. Štimac, Densely branching trees as models for Henon-like and Lozi-like attractors, preprint 2021, arXiv:2104.14780
[CP] S. Crovisier, E. Pujals, Strongly dissipative surface diffeomorphisms, Commentarii Mathematici Helvetici 93 (2018), 377–400.
[MS] M. Misiurewicz, S. Štimac, Symbolic dynamics for Lozi maps, Nonlinearity 29 (2016), 3031–3046.
[WY] Wang, Q.; Young, L.-S. Strange attractors with one direction of instability. Comm. Math. Phys. 218 (2001), 1–97.

Arcs, circles and inverse limits

Predavateljica: Sina Greenwood (Univerza v Aucklandu, Auckland, Nova Zelandija)

Povzetek: In this talk I will give a characterisation of inverse limits of continuous functions on intervals that are arcs. In addition, I will discuss inverse limits of set-valuad functions that are graphs, and in particular, arcs or circles.

Predavanje bo v prostoru 0/103 na Koroški cesti 160.

Štiri črte

Predavatelj: Iztok Banič
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Dve črti

Predavatelj: Iztok Banič
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Entropija (3. del)

Predavatelj: Iztok Banič
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Entropija (2. del)

Predavatelj: Iztok Banič
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Entropija (1. del)

Predavatelj: Iztok Banič
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