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# Countable inverse limits of postcritical $w$-limit sets of unimodal maps

• Let $f$ be a unimodal map of the interval with critical point $c$. If the orbit of $c$ is not dense then most points in lim{[0, 1], f} have neighborhoods that are homeomorphic with the product of a Cantor set and an open arc. The points without this property are called inhomogeneities, and the set, I, of inhomogeneities is equal to lim {w(c), f|w(c)}. In this paper we consider the relationship between the limit complexity of $w(c)$ and the limit complexity of I. We show that if $w(c)$ is more complicated than a finite collection of convergent sequences then I can have arbitrarily high limit complexity. We give a complete description of the limit complexity of I for any possible $\w(c)$.
Mathematics Subject Classification: 37B45, 37E05, 54F15, 54H20.

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