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A Livšic Theorem for Matrix Cocycles Over Non-uniformly Hyperbolic Systems

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Title
A Livšic Theorem for Matrix Cocycles Over Non-uniformly Hyperbolic Systems
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Journal of Dynamics & Differential Equations, July 2018
DOI 10.1007/s10884-018-9691-x
Authors

Lucas Backes, Mauricio Poletti

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Professor > Associate Professor 1 100%
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Mathematics 1 100%

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