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Finally, for i = 1, 1 q 1 *n 1 H (X) = k (since there are q 1-handles), and so H (Y) = l~m F H (X) = 1 F*qH eX). Meanwhile F* is represented by the matrix A, and so 13 (Y) = 1 H (Y) = i- CD H (n 47 rank A q = the number of non-zero eigenvalues of A = U(A). The outset, Z say, of the corresponding solenoid has the cohomology r of \i(A) copies of S1 x R so fl/Z) = flr+1(Z) = \i(A) and fl/Z) = 0 otherwise which explains why only v r appears in theorem 1, for lower index the ~ts have cancelled out in pairs.
Where a . and gk. are the algebraic and geometric kJ kJ 1 I J J numbers of times that f (the kth i-handle) intersects the jth i-handle. Let A. = M be the union of handles of M up to and including dimension i and let K be i i the maximum invariant set in M - M _ . i 1 i Theorem. Any diffeomorphism is isotopic to a structurally stable fitted I diffeomorphism f with the property that f K. ) IEi trace f n *1 I 1 trace G. n
H . E . , 1972. 8. C. Zeeman, CO-density of stable diffeomorphisms and flows, Proc. ColloqUium on Smooth Dynamical Systems, Southampton, 1972. 9. E •C. Zeeman, Morse inequal ities for diffeomorphisms with shoes and flows with solenoids, to appear. Address. Bull. C. Zeeman, Mathematics Institute, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL, England. 48 25. Arcs of Dynamical Systems Bifurcations and Stability. Jacob Palis Jr. The theory of bifurcations of dynamical systems has been considered by several mathematicians as far back as Poincare.
Dynamical Systems—Warwick 1974: Proceedings of a Symposium Held at the University of Warwick 1973/74 by David Epstein (auth.), Dr. Anthony Manning (eds.)