Peter Krautzberger (FU Berlin)

2009/07/03

FU Berlin

Topological dynamics is the abstract version of dynamical systems consisting of nothing else but a compact, Hausdorff space $X$ and a continuous function $f$ on $X$. Since this setting is very basic, I hope to offer an easy introduction to the basic phenomena, e.g. recurrence, proximality, maybe even chaos, while allowing for the discussion of some deeper results, e.g. the Ellis-Auslander Theorem.