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- ItemDiffraction of compatible random substitutions in one dimension(2018) Baake, Michael; Spindeler, Timo; Strungaru, NicolaeAs a guiding example, the diffraction measure of a random local mixture of the two classic Fibonacci substitutions is determined and reanalysed via self-similar measures of Hutchinson type, defined by a finite family of contractions. Our revised approach yields explicit formulas for the pure point and the absolutely continuous parts, as well as a proof for the absence of singular continuous components. This approach is then extended to the family of random noble means substitutions and, as an example with an underlying 2-adic structure, to a locally randomised version of the period doubling chain. As a first step towards a more general approach, we interpret our findings in terms of a disintegration over the Kronecker factor, which is the maximal equicontinuous factor of a covering model set.
- ItemEberlein decomposition for PV inflation systems(2021) Baake, Michael; Strungaru, NicolaeThe Dirac combs of primitive Pisot–Vijayaraghavan (PV) inflations on the real line or, more generally, in Rd are analysed. We construct a mean-orthogonal splitting for such Dirac combs that leads to the classic Eberlein decomposition on the level of the pair correlation measures, and thus to the separation of pure point versus continuous spectral components in the corresponding diffraction measures. This is illustrated with two guiding examples, and an extension to more general systems with randomness is outlined.
- ItemEberlein decomposition for PV inflation systems(2020) Baake, Michael; Strungaru, NicolaeThe Dirac combs of primitive Pisot--Vijayaraghavan (PV) inflations on the real line or, more generally, in Rd are analysed. We construct a mean-orthogonal splitting for such Dirac combs that leads to the classic Eberlein decomposition on the level of the pair correlation measures, and thus to the separation of pure point versus continuous spectral components in the corresponding diffraction measures. This is illustrated with two guiding examples, and an extension to more general systems with randomness is outlined.
- ItemOn weak model sets of extremal density(2016) Baake, Michael; Huck, Christian; Strungaru, NicolaeThe theory of regular model sets is highly developed, but does not cover examples such as the visible lattice points, the k-th power-free integers, or related systems. They belong to the class of weak model sets, where the window may have a boundary of positive measure, or even consists of boundary only. The latter phenomena are related to the topological entropy of the corresponding dynamical system and to various other unusual properties. Under a rather natural extremality assumption on the density of the weak model set we establish its pure point diffraction nature. We derive an explicit formula that can be seen as the generalisation of the case of regular model sets. Furthermore, the corresponding natural patch frequency measure is shown to be ergodic. Since weak model sets of extremal density are generic for this measure, one obtains that the dynamical spectrum of the hull is pure point as well.
- ItemPure point measures with sparse support and sparse Fourier–Bohr support(2020) Baake, Michael; Strungaru, Nicolae; Terauds, VentaFourier‐transformable Radon measures are called doubly sparse when both the measure and its transform are pure point measures with sparse support. Their structure is reasonably well understood in Euclidean space, based on the use of tempered distributions. Here, we extend the theory to second countable, locally compact Abelian groups, where we can employ general cut and project schemes and the structure of weighted model combs, along with the theory of almost periodic measures. In particular, for measures with Meyer set support, we characterise sparseness of the Fourier–Bohr spectrum via conditions of crystallographic type, and derive representations of the measures in terms of trigonometric polynomials. More generally, we analyse positive definite, doubly sparse measures in a natural cut and project setting, which results in a Poisson summation type formula.