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On spiral periodic points and saddles for surface diffeomorphisms

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  • We prove that a $C^1$ generic orientation-preserving diffeomorphism of a closed orientable surface either is Axiom A without cycles or the closures of the sets of saddles and of periodic points without real eigenvalues have nonempty intersection.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 37D30; Secondary: 37D45.


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