Ward, T. (1999) 'Dynamical zeta functions for typical extensions of full shifts.', Finite fields and their applications., 5 (3). pp. 232-239.
We consider a family of isometric extensions of the full shift on p symbols (for p a prime) parametrised by a probability space. Using Heath-Brown's work on the Artin conjecture, it is shown that for all but two primes p the set of limit points of the growth rate of periodic points is infinite almost surely. This shows in particular that the dynamical zeta function is not algebraic almost surely.
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