5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Interval dynamics have been a subject of great interest in the last decades. One of the reasons is that interval dynamics display many features of dynamics in higher dimensions. Another reason is that the behavior of one-dimensional systems is far from being trivial, and yet the good mathematical framework has made this theory remarkably well understood. In this talk, we will cover some basic concepts and central results in the topological, combinatoric, and ergodic theory of interval dynamics.
Event contact: dryou at ur dot rochester dot edu