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Given a $C^\infty$ Anosov flow $\varphi$, it is well-known that along the leaves of its strong unstable foliation there are two natural distances: the Hamenst$\ddot {\rm a}$dt distance and the induced Riemannian distance. In general these two distances are H$\ddot{\rm o}$lder equivalent. We prove the following rigidity result about quasisymmetric equivalence:

Let $\varphi: M\to M$ be a $C^\infty$ transversely symplectic Anosov flow with $C^1$ weak distributions. We suppose that ${\rm dim}M\geq 5$.

If over a leaf of the strong unstable foliation, the Hamenst$\ddot{\rm a}$dt distance is quasisymmetric equivalent to the Riemannian distance, then up to finite covers $\varphi$ is $C^\infty$ orbit equivalent either to the geodesic flow of a closed hyperbolic manifold, or to the suspension of an Anosov automorphism.

In financial optimization, it is important to quantify the risk of structured financial products. This paper quantifies the risk of structured financial products by perceived risk measures based on a standard measure of risk, and then we construct the risk perception and decision-making models of individual investors considering structured products. Moreover, based on bullish and bearish binary structured products, we introduce the psychological bias of overconfidence to explore how this bias affects investors' perceived risk. This study finds that overconfident investors believe in private signals and underestimate the variance of noise in private signals, which affects their expectation of the underlying asset price of structured financial products. Furthermore, overconfidence bias leads investors to overestimate the probability of obtaining a better return. With the increase in overconfidence, the overestimation of the probability is intensified, which eventually leads to lower perceived risk.

For a transversely symplectic uniformly quasiconformal $C^2$ Anosov flow on a compact Riemannian manifold we define the

*longitudinal KAM-cocycle*and use it to prove a rigidity result: The joint stable/unstable subbundle is Zygmund-regular, and higher regularity implies vanishing of the KAM-cocycle, which in turn implies that the subbundle is Lipschitz-continuous and indeed that the flow is smoothly conjugate to an algebraic one. To establish the latter, we prove results for algebraic Anosov systems that imply smoothness and a special structure for any Lipschitz-continuous invariant 1-form.

We obtain a pertinent geometric rigidity result: Uniformly quasiconformal magnetic flows are geodesic flows of hyperbolic metrics.

Several features of the reasoning are interesting: The use of exterior calculus for Lipschitz-continuous forms, that the arguments for geodesic flows and infranilmanifoldautomorphisms are quite different, and the need for mixing as opposed to ergodicity in the latter case.

*longitudinal KAM-cocycle*and use it to prove a rigidity result: $E^u\oplus E^s$ is Zygmund-regular, and higher regularity implies vanishing of the longitudinal KAM-cocycle, which in turn implies that $E^u\oplus E^s$ is Lipschitz-continuous. Results proved elsewhere then imply that the flow is smoothly conjugate to an algebraic one.

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