Properties of geometrical realizations of substitutions associated to a family of Pisot numbers by ViМЃctor F. Sirvent

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Thesis, University of Warwick, Représentation des nombres naturels par une somme de. Pisot–Vijayaraghavan number. A real algebraic integer, all of whose other Galois conjugates have absolute value strictly less than (cf. also Galois theory).That is, satisfies a polynomial equation of the form, where the are integers, and the roots of other than all lie in the open unit set of these numbers is traditionally denoted by.

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It is also called as a parallelogram. We also define stepped surfaces suited for non-unit Pisot substitutions. We provide basic topological and geometric properties of Rauzy fractals associated with non-unit Pisot substitutions, prove some tiling results for them, and provide relations to subshifts defined in terms of the periodic points of $\sigma$, to adic transformations, and a Author: Milton Minervino, Jörg Thuswaldner.

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