1. CJM Online first
 Skalski, Adam; Sołtan, Piotr

Quantum families of invertible maps and related problems
The notion of families of quantum invertible maps (C$^*$algebra
homomorphisms satisfying PodleÅ' condition) is employed to strengthen
and reinterpret several results concerning universal quantum
groups acting on finite quantum spaces. In particular Wang's
quantum automorphism groups are shown to be universal with respect
to quantum families of invertible maps. Further the construction
of the Hopf image of Banica and Bichon is phrased in the purely
analytic language and employed to define the quantum subgroup
generated by a family of quantum subgroups or more generally
a family of quantum invertible maps.
Keywords:quantum families of invertible maps, Hopf image, universal quantum group Categories:46L89, 46L65 

2. CJM 2015 (vol 67 pp. 1247)
 Barros, Carlos Braga; Rocha, Victor; Souza, Josiney

Lyapunov Stability and Attraction Under Equivariant Maps
Let $M$ and $N$ be admissible Hausdorff topological spaces endowed
with
admissible families of open coverings. Assume that $\mathcal{S}$ is a
semigroup acting on both $M$ and $N$. In this paper we study the behavior of
limit sets, prolongations, prolongational limit sets, attracting sets,
attractors and Lyapunov stable sets (all concepts defined for the action of
the semigroup $\mathcal{S}$) under equivariant maps and semiconjugations
from $M$ to $N$.
Keywords:Lyapunov stability, semigroup actions, generalized flows, equivariant maps, admissible topological spaces Categories:37B25, 37C75, 34C27, 34D05 

3. CJM 2014 (vol 67 pp. 330)
 Bernardes, Nilson C.; Vermersch, Rômulo M.

Hyperspace Dynamics of Generic Maps of the Cantor Space
We study the hyperspace dynamics induced from generic continuous maps
and from generic homeomorphisms of the Cantor space, with emphasis on the
notions of LiYorke chaos, distributional chaos, topological entropy,
chain continuity, shadowing and recurrence.
Keywords:cantor space, continuous maps, homeomorphisms, hyperspace, dynamics Categories:37B99, 54H20, 54E52 

4. CJM 2013 (vol 66 pp. 57)
 Bezuglyi, S.; Kwiatkowski, J.; Yassawi, R.

Perfect Orderings on Finite Rank Bratteli Diagrams
Given a Bratteli diagram $B$, we study the set $\mathcal O_B$ of all
possible orderings on $B$ and its subset
$\mathcal P_B$ consisting of perfect orderings that produce
BratteliVershik topological dynamical systems (Vershik maps). We
give necessary and sufficient conditions for the ordering $\omega$ to be
perfect. On the other hand, a
wide class of nonsimple Bratteli diagrams that do not admit Vershik
maps is explicitly described. In the case of finite rank Bratteli
diagrams, we show that the existence of perfect orderings with a prescribed
number of extreme paths constrains significantly the values of the entries of
the incidence matrices and the structure of the diagram $B$. Our
proofs are based on the new notions of skeletons and
associated graphs, defined and studied in the paper. For a Bratteli
diagram $B$ of rank $k$, we endow the set $\mathcal O_B$ with product
measure $\mu$ and prove that there is some $1 \leq j\leq k$ such that
$\mu$almost all orderings on $B$ have $j$ maximal and $j$ minimal
paths. If $j$ is strictly greater than the number of minimal
components that $B$ has, then $\mu$almost all orderings are imperfect.
Keywords:Bratteli diagrams, Vershik maps Categories:37B10, 37A20 

5. CJM 2012 (vol 65 pp. 879)
 Kawabe, Hiroko

A Space of Harmonic Maps from the Sphere into the Complex Projective Space
GuestOhnita and Crawford have shown the pathconnectedness of the
space of harmonic maps from $S^2$ to $\mathbf{C} P^n$
of a fixed degree and energy.It is wellknown that the $\partial$ transform is defined on this space.
In this paper,we will show that the space is decomposed into mutually disjoint connected subspaces on which
$\partial$ is homeomorphic.
Keywords:harmonic maps, harmonic sequences, gluing Categories:58E20, 58D15 

6. CJM 2011 (vol 63 pp. 1254)
 D'Azevedo, Antonio Breda; Jones, Gareth A.; Schulte, Egon

Constructions of Chiral Polytopes of Small Rank
An abstract polytope of rank $n$ is said to be chiral if its
automorphism group has precisely two orbits on the flags, such that
adjacent flags belong to distinct orbits. This paper describes
a general method for deriving new finite chiral polytopes from old
finite chiral polytopes of the same rank. In particular, the technique
is used to construct many new examples in ranks $3$, $4$, and $5$.
Keywords:abstract regular polytope, chiral polytope, chiral maps Categories:51M20, 52B15, 05C25 

7. CJM 2009 (vol 61 pp. 1300)
 Hubard, Isabel; Orbani\'c, Alen; Weiss, Asia Ivi\'c

Monodromy Groups and SelfInvariance
For every polytope $\mathcal{P}$ there is the universal regular
polytope of the same rank as $\mathcal{P}$ corresponding to the
Coxeter group $\mathcal{C} =[\infty, \dots, \infty]$. For a given
automorphism $d$ of $\mathcal{C}$, using monodromy groups, we
construct a combinatorial structure $\mathcal{P}^d$. When
$\mathcal{P}^d$ is a polytope isomorphic to $\mathcal{P}$ we say that
$\mathcal{P}$ is selfinvariant with respect to $d$, or
$d$invariant. We develop algebraic tools for investigating these
operations on polytopes, and in particular give a criterion on the
existence of a $d$\nobreakdashauto\morphism of a given order. As an application,
we analyze properties of selfdual edgetransitive polyhedra and
polyhedra with two flagorbits. We investigate properties of medials
of such polyhedra. Furthermore, we give an example of a selfdual
equivelar polyhedron which contains no polarity (duality of order
2). We also extend the concept of Petrie dual to higher dimensions,
and we show how it can be dealt with using selfinvariance.
Keywords:maps, abstract polytopes, selfduality, monodromy groups, medials of polyhedra Categories:51M20, 05C25, 05C10, 05C30, 52B70 

8. CJM 2007 (vol 59 pp. 845)
 Schaffhauser, Florent

Representations of the Fundamental Group of an $L$Punctured Sphere Generated by Products of Lagrangian Involutions
In this paper, we characterize unitary representations of $\pi:=\piS$ whose
generators $u_1, \dots, u_l$ (lying in conjugacy classes fixed initially)
can be decomposed as products of two Lagrangian involutions
$u_j=\s_j\s_{j+1}$ with $\s_{l+1}=\s_1$. Our main result is that such
representations are exactly the elements of the fixedpoint set of an
antisymplectic involution defined on the moduli space
$\Mod:=\Hom_{\mathcal C}(\pi,U(n))/U(n)$. Consequently, as this fixedpoint set is
nonempty, it is a Lagrangian submanifold of $\Mod$. To prove this, we use
the quasiHamiltonian description of the symplectic structure of $\Mod$ and
give conditions on an involution defined on a quasiHamiltonian $U$space
$(M, \w, \mu\from M \to U)$ for it to induce an antisymplectic involution on
the reduced space $M/\!/U := \mu^{1}(\{1\})/U$.
Keywords:momentum maps, moduli spaces, Lagrangian submanifolds, antisymplectic involutions, quasiHamiltonian Categories:53D20, 53D30 

9. CJM 2004 (vol 56 pp. 1259)
 Paterson, Alan L. T.

The Fourier Algebra for Locally Compact Groupoids
We introduce and investigate using Hilbert modules the properties
of the {\em Fourier algebra} $A(G)$ for
a locally compact groupoid $G$. We establish a duality theorem for
such groupoids in terms of multiplicative module maps. This includes
as a special case the classical duality theorem for locally compact
groups proved by P. Eymard.
Keywords:Fourier algebra, locally compact groupoids, Hilbert modules,, positive definite functions, completely bounded maps Category:43A32 

10. CJM 1999 (vol 51 pp. 1240)