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An introduction to Rauzy fractals

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Rauzy fractals are geometric objects that arise from substitutions that are the attractor of a graph-directed iterated function system that reflects the underlying substitution action. In this talk, I will provide an introduction to substitutions and Rauzy fractals and outline some of their key topological and dynamical properties. Time permitting, I will also discuss tiling properties of Rauzy fractals and how these are related to the Pisot conjecture.

This talk is part of the Topology and Dynamics Seminar series.

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