Indexed on: 01 Dec '15Published on: 01 Dec '15Published in: Mathematics - Dynamical Systems
We discuss about the denseness of the strong stable and unstable manifolds of partially hyperbolic diffeomorphisms. In this sense, we introduce a concept of m-minimality. More precisely, we say that a partially hyperbolic diffeomorphisms is m-minimal if m-almost every point in M has its strong stable and unstable manifolds dense in M. We show that this property has dynamics consequences: topological and ergodic. Also, we prove the abundance of m-minimal partially hyperbolic diffeomorphisms in the volume preserving and symplectic scenario.