RT - Journal Article
T1 - Limit Average Shadowing and Dominated Splitting
JF - khu-mmr
YR - 2020
JO - khu-mmr
VO - 6
IS - 2
UR - http://mmr.khu.ac.ir/article-1-2774-en.html
SP - 157
EP - 168
K1 - Dominated splitting
K1 - Average shadowing
K1 - Limit shadowing
K1 - Asymptotic average shadowing
K1 - specification
K1 - Chain transitive
K1 - transitive
K1 - Mixing.
AB - Introduction The influence of persistence behavior of a dynamical system on tangent bundle of a manifold is always a challenge in dynamical systems. Persistence properties have been studied on whole manifold or on some pieces with independent dynamics. Since shadowing property has an important role in the qualitative theory of dynamical systems, by focusing on various shadowing properties, such as usual shadowing, inverse shadowing, limit shadowing, many interesting results have been obtained. The notion of limit shadowing property introduced by S. Pilyugin who obtained its relation to other various shadowing. Blank introduced the notion of average-shadowing property. It is known that every Axiom A diffeomorphism restricted to a basic set has the average shadowing property. K. Sakai proved that the -interior of the set of all diffeomorphisms satisfying the average-shadowing property is characterized as the set of all Anosov diffeomorphisms. Asymptotic average shadowing (AASP) defined by R. Gu for continuous maps, combines to the limit shadowing property with the average shadowing property. Here we modify the notion (AASP) and define the limit average shadowing for diffeomorphisms (LASP). R. Gu presented some basic properties of the limit average shadowing for continuous maps. He proved that if a continuous map has the limit average shadowing on a compact metric space, then is chain transitive and that -hyperbolic homeomorphisms with limit average shadowing are topologically transitive. M. Kulczycki et.al., found some relations between LASP and the other notion of topological dynamics. They proved that a surjective map with specification property has the LASP. Also, they found the relation between LASP and shadowing property. They also have been shown that an expansive continuous map with shadowing property is LASP if and only if it is mixing. This paper follows the ideas of R. Gu and M. Kulczycki et.al. Here we define LASP for diffeomorphism with a slight modification of the continuous case. We give an example which shows that shadowing property and LASP are not equivalent. Also, we introduce the notion of - stably limit average shadowing for a closed -invariant subset of and show that if is -stably limit average shadowing and the minimal points of are dense there, then admits a dominated splitting. Statement of the results In this paper we give a system which has the limit average shadowing, but not the shadowing property. Also, one can give examples which have the shadowing but not the limit average shadowing property. Thus the limit average shadowing property does not imply the shadowing property. In fact, we can give a class of diffeomorphisms which have LASP, but not the shadowing property. In fact the following proposition gives a large class of diffeomorphisms satisfying the limit average shadowing. Proposition A. Let be a locally maximal -invariant set. If is the specific set for then is limit average shadowable. The main purpose of the paper is to characterize the closed -invariant set via limit average shadowing property in -open condition. So, we consider the notion of limit average shadowing property in geometric differential dynamical systems. First we show that if has the limit average shadowing property on a closed -invariant set then is chain transitive. By using chain transitivity and limit average shadowing property we can prove that is transitive. Proposition B. If is -stably limit average shadowable, then there is a neighborhood of and a neighborhood of such that contains neither almost sinks nor almost sources for any Since we have proved that if has the limit average shadowing property on a closed f-invariant set and minimal points of are dense then is transitive. It is essentially proved that under assumptions and conclusions of the Proposition B, admits a dominated splitting. Thus we get the main result of this paper. Theorem C. Let be a closed f-invariant set whose minimal points are dense there. If is -stably limit average shadowing then admits a dominated splitting../files/site1/files/62/2Abstract.pdf
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