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SRB measures of singular hyperbolic attractors

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  • It is known that hyperbolic maps admitting singularities have at most countably many ergodic Sinai-Ruelle-Bowen (SRB) measures. These maps include the Belykh attractor, the geometric Lorenz attractor, and more general Lorenz-type systems. In this paper, we establish easily verifiable sufficient conditions guaranteeing that the number of ergodic SRB measures is at most finite, and provide examples and nonexamples showing that the conditions are necessary in general.

    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 37C05, 37C40, 37D05, 37D20, 37D45; Secondary: 37C10, 37C70, 37D35.

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