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Title: Preperiodic points and unlikely intersections, after Baker and DeMarco

Speaker: Keping Huang, University of Rochester

Friday, November 11th, 2018

5:00pm - 6:00pm

Hylan 1106A

Abstract: The authors combine complex-analytic and arithmetic tools to study the preperiodic points of one-dimensional complex dynamical systems. In particular, they show that if two complex rational functions f and g have infinitely many preperiodic points in common, then they must have the same Julia set.


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