Topologically mixing extensions of endomorphisms on Polish groups
Keywords:weak mixing, Polish group, hypercyclicity criterion
AbstractIn this paper we study the dynamics of continuous endomorphisms on Polish groups. We offer necessary and sufficient conditions for a continuous endomorphism on a Polish group to be weakly mixing. We prove that any continuous endomorphism of an abelian Polish group can be extended in a natural way to a topologically mixing endomorphism on the countable infinite product of said group.
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