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Finite-rank Bratteli–Vershik diagrams are expansive

  • TOMASZ DOWNAROWICZ (a1) and ALEJANDRO MAASS (a2)
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The representation of Cantor minimal systems by Bratteli–Vershik diagrams has been extensively used to study particular aspects of their dynamics. A main role has been played by the symbolic factors induced by the way vertices of a fixed level of the diagram are visited by the dynamics. The main result of this paper states that Cantor minimal systems that can be represented by Bratteli–Vershik diagrams with a uniformly bounded number of vertices at each level (called finite-rank systems) are either expansive or topologically conjugate to an odometer. More precisely, when expansive, they are topologically conjugate to one of their symbolic factors.

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Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems
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