Morris, G. and Ward, T. (1998) 'Entropy bounds for endomorphisms commuting with K actions.', Israel journal of mathematics., 106 (1). pp. 1-12.
Shereshevsky has shown that a shift-commuting homeomorphism from the two-dimensional full shift to itself cannot be expansive, and asked if such a homeomorphism can have finite positive entropy. We formulate an algebraic analogue of this problem, and answer it in a special case by proving the following: if T:X->X is a mixing endomorphism of a compact metrizable abelian group X, and T commutes with a completely positive entropy Z^2-action S on X by continuous automorphisms, then T has infinite entropy.
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