Mean dimension of full shifts
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Let K be a finite-dimensional compact metric space and Kℤ the full shift on the alphabet K. We prove that its mean dimension is given by dimK or dimK−1 depending on the “type” of K. We propose a problem which seems interesting from the view point of infinite-dimensional topology.
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