Self-similar inverse semigroups from wieler solenoids

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Abstract

Wieler showed that every irreducible Smale space with totally disconnected local stable sets is an inverse limit system, called a Wieler solenoid. We study self-similar inverse semigroups defined by s-resolving factor maps of Wieler solenoids. We show that the groupoids of germs and the tight groupoids of these inverse semigroups are equivalent to the unstable groupoids of Wieler solenoids. We also show that the C-algebras of the groupoids of germs have a unique tracial state.

Original languageEnglish
Article number266
JournalMathematics
Volume8
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Feb 2020

Keywords

  • -algebra
  • Groupoid of germs
  • Limit solenoid
  • Self-similar inverse semigroup
  • Smale space
  • Tight groupoid
  • Unstable C
  • Wieler solenoid

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