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Lifting the regionally proximal relation and characterizations of distal extensions

Department of Mathematics, Nanjing University, Nanjing 210093, China

*Corresponding author: Xiongping Dai

Received  August 2020 Revised  August 2021 Early access December 2021

Fund Project: The second author is supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 11790274) and PAPD of Jiangsu Higher Education Institutions

We consider a commutative diagram (CD) of flows with discrete phase group $ T $ and extensions as follows:

By $ {\text{RP}}_{\!\phi} $ and $ {\text{RP}}_{\!\psi} $ we denote the relativized regionally proximal relations in $ X $ and $ Y $, respectively. We mainly prove, among other things, the following:

1. $ $If $ X $ is topologically transitive $ \phi $-distal, then $ X $ is minimal.

2. $ (\pi\times\pi) {\text{RP}}_{\!\phi} = {\text{RP}}_{\!\psi} $.

3. If $ Y $ is locally $ \psi $-Bronstein, then $ {\text{RP}}_{\!\psi}\circ {\text{P}}_{\!\psi} $ is an equivalence relation, and, $ \bar{y}\in {\text{RP}}_{\!\psi} $ whenever $ \bar{y}\in {\text{RP}}_{\!\psi}\circ {\text{RP}}_{\!\psi} $ is almost periodic.

4. If $ Y_d $ is the maximal distal extension of $ Z $ below $ Y $ and $ Z^d $ is the universal minimal distal extension of $ Z $, then $ Y\perp_{Y_d}Z^d $.

5. (a) $ Y $ is locally $ \psi $-Bronstein iff $ F^d<F^\prime A $ where $ A,F,F^d $ are respectively the Ellis groups of $ Y,Z, Z^d $. (b) If $ Y $ is locally $ \psi $-Bronstein and $ K $ a $ \tau $-closed group with $ F^\prime A<K<F $, then there is a unique $ Y_{\!K} $ which is $ \psi_{\!K}^\prime $-equicontinuous and has the Ellis group $ K $.

We also prove the above theorems in the case $ T $ is a semigroup. Moreover, we show the following in minimal semiflows:

6. $ $$ Y $ is $ \psi $-distal iff $ \psi $ has a DE-tower iff there is a least group-like extension $ X $ via $ \phi $ (i.e., $ \phi^{-1}\phi x = {\text{Aut}}_\phi(T,X)x $ for all $ x\in X $).

7. $ \psi $ is group-like iff $ \psi $ has a G-tower that consists of group extensions and inverse limits.

Citation: Kai Cao, Xiongping Dai. Lifting the regionally proximal relation and characterizations of distal extensions. Discrete & Continuous Dynamical Systems, doi: 10.3934/dcds.2021186
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