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On Ingram's Conjecture for Inverse Limit Spaces of Tent-Maps

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In the mid-1980s, Tom Ingram popularised a conjecture stating that the inverse limit spaces of two tent maps with different slopes in (\sqrt{2}, 2] are always non-homeomorphic. Over the years, several contributions and partial solutions have been obtained, but always for specific restrictions on the critical orbits of the tent maps. In this talk I want to present the full solution, emerging from joint work with Marcy Barge and Sonja Stimac.

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