About the paper
coauthors 
Klaus Scheicher 

Víctor F. Sirvent 
language 
English 
published in 
Journal of the London Mathematical Society 93, No. 2 (2016) 
pages 
319 to 340 
DOI 
10.1112/jlms/jdv071 
supported by 
FWF, project P23990 
Abstract
Tent maps are continuous composites of two linear functions that act on the unit interval. In the present paper we describe and analyse a connection between
dynamical systems induced by tent maps and the dynamics induced by a certain type of betaexpansion. This relation, which is a weaker form of measuretheoretical conjugacy of dynamical systems, allows us to transfer statements concerning the periodicity of orbits but it turns out that the underlying symbolic dynamical systems are not connected via a finite state transducer.
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