It would be helpful if someone could please explain topological equivalence of functions in simple words?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I am working on dynamical systems and chaos theory.In the underlying material,topological equivalence has taken a more complex definition involving orbits.Please be kind enough to explain this part also.

'What does it mean for 2 maps to be topologically equivalent'?

Thankyou.

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# Topological equivalence

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