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Turkish Journal of Mathematics

DOI

10.3906/mat-1504-11

Abstract

In this paper, we give two examples to show that an invertible mapping being Li--Yorke chaotic does not imply its inverse being Li--Yorke chaotic, in which one is an invertible bounded linear operator on an infinite dimensional Hilbert space and the other is a homeomorphism on the unit open disk. Moreover, we use the last example to prove that Li--Yorke chaos is not preserved under topological conjugacy.

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411

Last Page

416

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