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Livšic theorem for banach rings

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  • The Livšic Theorem for Hölder continuous cocycles with values in Banach rings is proved. We consider a transitive homeomorphism ${\sigma :X\to X}$ that satisfies the Anosov Closing Lemma and a Hölder continuous map ${a:X\to B^\times}$ from a compact metric space $X$ to the set of invertible elements of some Banach ring $B$. The map $a(x)$ is a coboundary with a Hölder continuous transition function if and only if $a(\sigma^{n-1}p)\ldots a(\sigma p)a(p)$ is the identity for each periodic point $p=\sigma^n p$.

    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 37D20; Secondary: 37A20, 37B20, 37D25.


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