S. Talebi, M. Asadipor
2013 International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics  
In this paper we introduce subspace-mixing and certain set L(T, M , x), which we call it M -limit set of x under T and construct an example of a subspace-mixing operator. In the sequel, considering L(T, M, x), the answer of this question:" does there exist an operator T such that T and T * are M -mixing and M * -mixing, respectively?" is negative.
doi:10.12732/ijpam.v87i3.5 fatcat:f2mq6zf6kreq3ijx5v6awsygxu