For a hyperbolic attractor $\Lambda$ of dimension $r$, does $W^s(x) \cap \Lambda $contain a disk of dimension $k := r- Dim W^u (x)?$

Is that $W^u (x)$? Does that make sense?

When dimension of W^u = 1, the answer is yes, see https://arxiv.org/pdf/1005.1130.pdf

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Is that $W^u (x)$? Does that make sense?

## When dimension of W^u = 1,

When dimension of W^u = 1, the answer is yes, see https://arxiv.org/pdf/1005.1130.pdf

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