# full shift

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## full shift

A UK term for a (hospital) work shift which divides the total working week into definitive time blocks, with doctors or other staff rotating around the shift pattern. Doctors work for the whole duty period, except for natural breaks; juniors are rostered for duty periods of up to 13 hours.
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Let ([[SIGMA].sub.A], T) be a subshift of finite type (SFT) with A being the incidence matrix and T being its shift map.
Suppose X is an irreducible subshift of finite type and [pi]: X [right arrow] Y is a factor.
Let ([[SIGMA].sub.A], T) be a subshift of finite type and [P.sub.M](q) be its pressure for q [member of] R.
If [[LAMBDA].sub.A] is a two-order subshift of finite type, then it is topologically mixing if and only if A is irreducible and aperiodic.
By definition, we know that P is the determinative block system of [[LAMBDA].sup.24] and [[LAMBDA].sup.24] = [[LAMBDA].sup.24.sub.P] is a subshift of finite type.
We call the homeomorphism [sigma] : [X.sub.A] [right arrow] ([Mathematical Expression Omitted] the subshift of finite type. Given a Holder function f : [X.sub.A] [right arrow] [R.sup.+] we defined
For technical reasons, it will prove convenient to introduce the associated one-sided subshift of finite type. We define the space
The continous map [sigma] : [Mathematical Expression Omitted] defined by ([sigma] : [X.sub.A.sup.+]] [right arrow] [X.sub.+.sup.A] defined by [Mathematical Expression Omitted] is the one-sided subshift of finite type (and we use the previous notation, in the hope that it will not confuse the reader).

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