Centralizers of immersions of the circle
Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 109 (1990), 849-853
Primary 58F10; Secondary 20F38, 58D10
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Abstract: We prove here that for every element of an open and dense subset of immersions of the circle , either the centralizer of is trivial (i.e. only commutes with its own powers) or is topologically conjugate to a map given by and, in this case, if is the conjugacy between and then is a subgroup of .
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