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In−1 . The simplest constructions are of Moran type. In this case Ω = Ωp and basic sets satisfy additional axioms. (M1). Every basic set is the closure of its interior. (M2). ,jn−1 = ∅ if (i0 , . . , in−1 ) = (j0 , . . , jn−1 ). (M3). ,in−1 . (M4). There are numbers 0 < λj < 1, j = 0, . . ,in−1 . Moran proved that in this case dimH F = s0 , where s = s0 is the root of the (Moran) equation p−1 λsi = 1. (21) i=0 Conditions (M1)–(M4) provide a more general geometric scenario than the one presented in .
U (εh(x)) = εχ(x)h(x + α)). It shows that H1 and H2 are invariant. Therefore, the spectrum of U restricted to H1 is reduced to the spectrum of the the Koopman operator of the rotation on H1 . The spectral measure associated to any function from H2 is given through the Fourier coeﬃcients: < U n (εh), εh) >. 16) Now, using the relation U n (εh) = εVχn (h) we obtain: < U n (εh), εh) >=< εVχn (h), εh) >=< Vχn (h), h) > which means that the spectrum of U restricted to H2 is reduced to the spectrum of Vχ on L2 (S 1 , µ).
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