Robust density of periodic orbits for skew products with high dimensional fiber. (English) Zbl 1343.37013

Summary: We consider step and soft skew products over the Bernoulli shift which have an \(m\)-dimensional closed manifold as a fiber. It is assumed that the fiber maps Hölder continuously depend on a point in the base. We prove that, in the space of skew product maps with this property, there exists an open domain such that maps from this open domain have dense sets of periodic points that are attracting and repelling along the fiber. Moreover, robust properties of invariant sets of diffeomorphisms, including the coexistence of dense sets of periodic points with different indices, are obtained.


37C05 Dynamical systems involving smooth mappings and diffeomorphisms
37A25 Ergodicity, mixing, rates of mixing
37C27 Periodic orbits of vector fields and flows
37D30 Partially hyperbolic systems and dominated splittings
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