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SRB measures for partially hyperbolic systems whose central direction is mostly expanding
, 2000
"... We construct SinaiRuelleBowen (SRB) measures supported on partially hyperbolic sets of diffeomorphisms  the tangent bundle splits into two invariant subbundles, one of which is uniformly contracting  under the assumption that the complementary subbundle is nonuniformly expanding. If the r ..."
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We construct SinaiRuelleBowen (SRB) measures supported on partially hyperbolic sets of diffeomorphisms  the tangent bundle splits into two invariant subbundles, one of which is uniformly contracting  under the assumption that the complementary subbundle is nonuniformly expanding. If the rate of expansion (Lyapunov exponents) is bounded away from zero, then there are only finitely many SRB measures. Our techniques extend to other situations, including certain maps with singularities or critical points, as well as diffeomorphisms having only a dominated splitting (and no uniformly hyperbolic subbundle). 1 Introduction The following approach has been most effective in studying the dynamics of complicated systems: one tries to describe the average time spent by typical orbits in different regions of the phase space. According to the ergodic theorem of Birkhoff, such times are well defined for almost all point, with respect to any invariant probability measure. However, the...
ON THE VOLUME OF SINGULARHYPERBOLIC SETS
, 2005
"... Abstract. An attractor Λ for a 3vector field X is singularhyperbolic if all its singularities are hyperbolic and it is partially hyperbolic with volume expanding central direction. We prove that C 1+α singularhyperbolic attractors, for some α> 0, always have zero volume, thus extending an analo ..."
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Abstract. An attractor Λ for a 3vector field X is singularhyperbolic if all its singularities are hyperbolic and it is partially hyperbolic with volume expanding central direction. We prove that C 1+α singularhyperbolic attractors, for some α> 0, always have zero volume, thus extending an analogous result for uniformly hyperbolic attractors. The same result holds for a class of higher dimensional singular attractors. Moreover, we prove that if Λ is a singularhyperbolic attractor for X then either it has zero volume or X is an Anosov flow. We also present examples of C 1 singularhyperbolic attractors with positive volume. In addition, we show that C 1 generically we have volume zero for C 1 robust classes of singularhyperbolic attractors. Contents
Dominated splitting and zero volume for incompressible threeflows
 Nonlinearity
"... ABSTRACT. We prove that there exists an open and dense subset of the incompressible 3flows of class C 2 such that, if a flow in this set has a positive volume regular invariant subset with dominated splitting for the linear Poincaré flow, then it must be an Anosov flow. With this result we are able ..."
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ABSTRACT. We prove that there exists an open and dense subset of the incompressible 3flows of class C 2 such that, if a flow in this set has a positive volume regular invariant subset with dominated splitting for the linear Poincaré flow, then it must be an Anosov flow. With this result we are able to extend the dichotomies of BochiMañé (see [26, 13, 9]) and of Newhouse (see [30, 10]) for flows with singularities. That is we obtain for a residual subset of the C 1 incompressible flows on 3manifolds that: (i) either all Lyapunov exponents are zero or the flow is Anosov, and (ii) either the flow is Anosov or else the elliptic periodic points are dense in the manifold.
GIBBSMARKOV STRUCTURES AND LIMIT LAWS FOR PARTIALLY HYPERBOLIC ATTRACTORS WITH MOSTLY EXPANDING CENTRAL DIRECTION
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VOLUME OF PARTIALLY HYPERBOLIC HORSESHOELIKE ATTRACTORS
"... Abstract. We prove that any partially hyperbolic horseshoelike attractor of a C1generic diffeomorphism has zero volume. By modification of Poincare ́ cross section of the geometric model of Lorenz attractor, we build a C1diffeomorphism with a partially hyperbolic horseshoelike attractor of posi ..."
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Abstract. We prove that any partially hyperbolic horseshoelike attractor of a C1generic diffeomorphism has zero volume. By modification of Poincare ́ cross section of the geometric model of Lorenz attractor, we build a C1diffeomorphism with a partially hyperbolic horseshoelike attractor of positive volume. 1. introduction A hyperbolic set is a compact invariant set over which the tangent bundle splits into two invariant subbundles, one is contracting and the other one is expanding. The Lebesgue measure (volume) of hyperbolic sets is an interesting subject considered in many articles. The scenario was begun by the seminal works of Bowen in 70’s. Bowen has proved in [5] that a hyperbolic attractor of positive volume of a C2diffeomorphism does contains some stable and unstable manifolds. On the other hand, he showed in [4] the existence of a C1diffeomorphism admitting a totally disconnected hyperbolic set of positive volume. The issue of the volume and the interior of a hyperbolic sets followed by many authors. For instance, it is shown in [2] that a transitive hyperbolic set which attracts a set with positive volume necessarily attracts a neighborhood of itself. It is also proven in [2] that there are no