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We briefly survey some of the recent results concerning the metric behavior of the invariant foliations for a partially hyperbolic on a three-dimensional manifold and propose a conjecture to characterize atomic behavior for conservative partially hyperbolic homotopic to Anosov (DA) on $\mathbb T^3$. On the other hand we prove that if one of the invariant foliations (stable, center or unstable) of a conservative DA on $\mathbb T^3$ is $C^1$ and transversely absolutely continuous with bounded Jacobians the Lyapunov exponent on this direction is defined everywhere and constant. If the center foliation is this foliaion then the DA diffeomophism is smoothly conjugated to a linear Anosov, in particular Anosov. Another consequence of the main theorem is that it does not exist a conservative Ma\~n\'e's example.

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We consider hyperbolic and partially hyperbolic diffeomorphisms on compact manifolds. Associated with invariant foliation of these systems, we define some topological invariants and show certain relationships between these topological invariants and the geometric and Lyapunov growths of these foliations. As an application, we show examples of systems with persistent non- absolute continuous center and weak unstable foliations. This generalizes the remarkable results of Shub and Wilkinson to cases where the center manifolds are not compact.

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We survey a collection of recent results on center Lyapunov exponents of partially hyperbolic diffeomorphisms. We explain several ideas in simplified setups and formulate the general versions of results. We also pose some open questions.

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We study linear co-cycles in GL(d,R) (or C) depending on a parameter (in a Lipschitz or Holder fashion) and establish Holder regularity of the Lyapunov exponents for the shift dynamics on the base. We also obtain rates of convergence of the finite volume exponents to their infinite volume limits. The technique is that developed jointly with Michael Goldstein for Schroedinger co-cycles. In particular, we extend the Avalanche Principle, which had been formulated originally for SL(2,R) co-cycles, to GL(d,R).

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Some of the guiding problems in partially hyperbolic systems are the following: (1) Examples, (2) Properties of invariant foliations, (3) Accessibility, (4) Ergodicity, (5) Lyapunov exponents, (6) Integrability of central foliations, (7) Transitivity and (8) Classification. Here we will survey the state of the art on these subjects, and propose related problems.

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We discuss recent progress in understanding the dynamical properties of partially hyperbolic diffeomorphisms that preserve volume. The main topics addressed are density of stable ergodicity and stable accessibility, center Lyapunov exponents, pathological foliations, rigidity, and the surprising interrelationships between these notions.

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In this article, we study the minimizing measures of the Tonelli Hamiltonians. More precisely, we study the relationships between the so-called Green bundles and various notions as: - the Lyapunov exponents of minimizing measures; -the weak KAM solutions. In particular, we deduce that the support of every minimizing measure all of whose Lyapunov exponents are zero is C1-regular almost everywhere.

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We show that, for any compact surface, there is a residual (dense $G_\delta$) set of $C^1$ area preserving diffeomorphisms which either are Anosov or have zero Lyapunov exponents a.e. This result was announced by R. Mane, but no proof was available. We also show that for any fixed ergodic dynamical system over a compact space, there is a residual set of continuous $SL(2,R)$-cocycles which either are uniformly hyperbolic or have zero exponents a.e.

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We show that the time-1 map of an Anosov flow, whose strong-unstable foliation is $C^2$ smooth and minimal, is $C^2$ close to a diffeomorphism having positive central Lyapunov exponent Lebesgue almost everywhere and a unique physical measure with full basin, which is $C^r$ stably ergodic. Our method is perturbative and does not rely on preservation of a smooth measure.

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We study the behaviour of a Hilbert geometry when going to infinity along a geodesic line. We prove that all the information is contained in the shape of the boundary at the endpoint of this geodesic line and have to introduce a regularity property of convex functions to make this link precise. The point of view is a dynamical one and the main interest of this article is in Lyapunov exponents of the geodesic flow.