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1. CJM 2012 (vol 65 pp. 675)

Strungaru, Nicolae
On the Bragg Diffraction Spectra of a Meyer Set
Meyer sets have a relatively dense set of Bragg peaks and for this reason they may be considered as basic mathematical examples of (aperiodic) crystals. In this paper we investigate the pure point part of the diffraction of Meyer sets in more detail. The results are of two kinds. First we show that given a Meyer set and any positive intensity $a$ less than the maximum intensity of its Bragg peaks, the set of Bragg peaks whose intensity exceeds $a$ is itself a Meyer set (in the Fourier space). Second we show that if a Meyer set is modified by addition and removal of points in such a way that its density is not altered too much (the allowable amount being given explicitly as a proportion of the original density) then the newly obtained set still has a relatively dense set of Bragg peaks.

Keywords:diffraction, Meyer set, Bragg peaks
Category:52C23

2. CJM 2011 (vol 65 pp. 149)

Kellendonk, Johannes; Lenz, Daniel
Equicontinuous Delone Dynamical Systems
We characterize equicontinuous Delone dynamical systems as those coming from Delone sets with strongly almost periodic Dirac combs. Within the class of systems with finite local complexity, the only equicontinuous systems are then shown to be the crystallographic ones. On the other hand, within the class without finite local complexity, we exhibit examples of equicontinuous minimal Delone dynamical systems that are not crystallographic. Our results solve the problem posed by Lagarias as to whether a Delone set whose Dirac comb is strongly almost periodic must be crystallographic.

Keywords:Delone sets, tilings, diffraction, topological dynamical systems, almost periodic systems
Category:37B50

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