@unpublished{34806,
abstract = {{Let $G$ be a Lie group over a totally disconnected local field and $\alpha$
be an analytic endomorphism of $G$. The contraction group of $\alpha$ ist the
set of all $x\in G$ such that $\alpha^n(x)\to e$ as $n\to\infty$. Call sequence
$(x_{-n})_{n\geq 0}$ in $G$ an $\alpha$-regressive trajectory for $x\in G$ if
$\alpha(x_{-n})=x_{-n+1}$ for all $n\geq 1$ and $x_0=x$. The anti-contraction
group of $\alpha$ is the set of all $x\in G$ admitting an $\alpha$-regressive
trajectory $(x_{-n})_{n\geq 0}$ such that $x_{-n}\to e$ as $n\to\infty$. The
Levi subgroup is the set of all $x\in G$ whose $\alpha$-orbit is relatively
compact, and such that $x$ admits an $\alpha$-regressive trajectory
$(x_{-n})_{n\geq 0}$ such that $\{x_{-n}\colon n\geq 0\}$ is relatively
compact. The big cell associated to $\alpha$ is the set $\Omega$ of all all
products $xyz$ with $x$ in the contraction group, $y$ in the Levi subgroup and
$z$ in the anti-contraction group. Let $\pi$ be the mapping from the cartesian
product of the contraction group, Levi subgroup and anti-contraction group to
$\Omega$ which maps $(x,y,z)$ to $xyz$. We show: $\Omega$ is open in $G$ and
$\pi$ is \'{e}tale for suitable immersed Lie subgroup structures on the three
subgroups just mentioned. Moreover, we study group-theoretic properties of
contraction groups and anti-contraction groups.}},
author = {{Glöckner, Helge}},
booktitle = {{arXiv:2101.02981}},
title = {{{Contraction groups and the big cell for endomorphisms of Lie groups over local fields}}},
year = {{2021}},
}