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Any counterexample to Makienko’s conjecture is an indecomposable continuum

By Clinton P. Curry, John C. Mayer, Jonathan Meddaugh, James and T. Rogers


Abstract. Makienko’s conjecture, a proposed addition to Sullivan’s dictionary, can be stated as follows: The Julia set of a rational function R: C ∞ → C ∞ has buried points if and only if no component of the Fatou set is completely invariant under the second iterate of R. We prove Makienko’s conjecture for rational functions with Julia sets that are decomposable continua. This is a very broad collection of Julia sets; it is not known if there exists a rational functions whose Julia set is an indecomposable continuum

Year: 2008
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