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The map F on J=[O,l] is defined by the conditioRs thlt it is coHtinuous, that it is linear on each subinterval I i =[c i ,c i _ 1 ] and that F(c i )=c i _ 1 (i~l) and F(CO)=O. Then, 21 F (Ii) =I i _ l (i2:,l) and F(IO)=J. } plays the role of the free orbit basis. It then follows immediat§ly that n+l with b n =II n I=c n -c n+l 00(z)= 1- L b z , PO= log 2, n n+l 0l(z)= 1- L bnz , Pl=O. Hence the invariant density exists and is a probability density or not according to -Oi(l-O)= L (n+l)b n <00 or = 00.

In this case, the construction shows that Do (l/S)=O and so P O=log S is the topological entropy. Since F' is constant, n+1 D1 (Z)= 1- L an(z/S) , P 1 =0, 0 1 (1)=0, Di(l) finite. This implies that F shows observaBle chaosn+ 1n this case, the invariant density is u*(t)= const. l[t F (1-0)]/ • C. Unimodal Linear Maps: Ft= (a+b-1+t)/b (l-t)/a on I O=[O,l-a] on I 1 =[1-a,1] where OO and a+b~l. The case a+b=l is the tent map. Math. 2(1979). It is shown, in my terminology, that a free orbit basis exists and so F shows observable chaos except for the following two cases (p~3): (a) ab P - 1 <1, a(a+b)bP-2~1, a(1+b+ ••• +b P - 2 )<1

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