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The C1 Closing Lemma, including Hamiltonians

  • Charles C. Pugh (a1) and Clark Robinson (a2)
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An Axiom of Lift for classes of dynamical systems is formulated. It is shown to imply the Closing Lemma. The Lift Axiom is then verified for dynamical systems ranging from C1 diffeomorphisms to C1 Hamiltonian vector fields.

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