7 edition of **Topics in Ergodic Theory (Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics)** found in the catalog.

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Published
**June 3, 2004**
by Cambridge University Press
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Written in English

- Calculus & mathematical analysis,
- Science/Mathematics,
- Mathematics,
- Calculus,
- Mathematics / Calculus,
- Mathematics / General,
- Algebra - General

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Format | Paperback |

Number of Pages | 120 |

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Open Library | OL7748147M |

ISBN 10 | 0521604907 |

ISBN 10 | 9780521604901 |

The present text can be regarded as a systematic introduction into classical ergodic theory with a special focus on (some of) its operator theoretic aspects; or, alterna-tively, as a book on topics in functional analysis with a special focus on (some of) their applications in ergodic theory. Accordingly, its classroom use can be at least Size: 6MB. One suspects that these events led Koopman and Birkhoff to write and publish their [March ] paper in PNAS , which set matters straight and clearly acknowledged von Neumann’s priority.” (Calvin C. Moore, “Ergodic Theorem, Ergodic Theory, and Statistical Mechanics”, in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, (7):

Princeton University Library One Washington Road Princeton, NJ USA () The first few chapters deal with Topological and Symbolic Dynamics. Ch.4 is devoted to Ergodic theory, and is independent on earlier chapters. Subsequenct chapters deal with similar topics. Ergodic theory is notoriously difficult; once you have read through parts of this book, the other books on the subject will not be so intimidating.

Karl Petersen has written a book which presents the fundamentals of the ergodic theory of point transformations and then several advanced topics which are currently undergoing intense research. By selecting one or more of these topics to focus on, the reader can quickly approach the specialized literature and indeed the frontier of the area of 4/5(1). in my opinion, this book fits the category you are asking An Introduction to Ergodic Theory The first part of this introduction to ergodic theory addresses measure-preserving transformations of probability spaces and covers such topics as recurren.

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Ergodic theory grew out of an important problem of statistical mechanics which was resolved by Birkhoff and von Neumann in the s.

Since that time the subject has made its way to the centre of pure mathematics, drawing on the techniques of many other areas and, in turn, influencing those by: This book concerns areas of ergodic theory that are now being intensively developed.

The topics include entropy theory (with emphasis on dynamical systems with multi-dimensional time), elements of the renormalization group method in the theory of dynamical systems, splitting of separatrices, and some problems related to the theory of hyperbolic dynamical systems.

The articles are grouped in two parts arranged by topics. Among the topics are ergodic averages, central limit theorems for Topics in Ergodic Theory book walks, Borel foliations, ergodic theory and low pass filters, data fitting using smooth surfaces, Nehari's theorem for a polydisk, uniqueness theorems for multi-dimensional trigonometric series, and Bellman and \(s.

The principal ergodic theorems --Martingales and the ergodic theorem of information theory --Mixing --Entropy --Some examples. Series Title: Cambridge tracts in mathematics, This book concerns areas of ergodic theory that are now being intensively developed.

The topics include entropy theory (with emphasis on dynamical systems with multi-dimensional time), elements of the renormalization group method in the theory of dynamical systems, splitting of separatrices, and some problems related to the theory of hyperbolic dynamical : ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm.

Contents: Measurable transformations, invariant measures, ergodic theorems --Lebesgue spaces and measureable partitions, ergodicity and decomposition into ergodic components, spectrum of interval exchange transformations --Isomorphism of dynamical systems, generators of dynamical systems.

Book Description: This book concerns areas of ergodic theory that are now being intensively developed. The topics include entropy theory (with emphasis on dynamical systems with multi-dimensional time), elements of the renormalization group method in the theory of dynamical systems, splitting of separatrices, and some problems related to the theory of hyperbolic dynamical systems.

At this point the interests of combinatorial number theory and conventional ergodic theory part. While the Cesáro averages are of little help if one wants to undertake the more refined study of the set () (see Theorem and the discussion preceding it), it is the focus of the classical ergodic theory on the equidistribution of orbits.

This book concerns areas of ergodic theory that are now being intensively developed. The topics include entropy theory (with emphasis on dynamical systems with multi-dimensional time), elements of the renormalization group method in the theory of dynamical systems, splitting of separatrices, and some problems related to the theory of hyperbolic dynamical systems.

Karl Petersen has written a book which presents the fundamentals of the ergodic theory of point transformations and then several advanced topics which are currently undergoing intense research. By selecting one or more of these topics to focus on, the reader can quickly approach the specialized literature and indeed the frontier of the area of.

Stunning recent results by Host–Kra, Green–Tao, and others, highlight the timeliness of this systematic introduction to classical ergodic theory using the tools of operator theory.

Assuming no prior exposure to ergodic theory, this book provides a modern foundation for introductory courses on.

In case you want just to get a quick overview of many topics you can have a look at the small book by Pollicott and Yuri Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory, although there are really hundreds of mistakes (minor but they are there). This should be a great entry to the other two books (by Mañé and by Walters).

This book is a systematic introduction to smooth ergodic theory. The topics discussed include the general (abstract) theory of Lyapunov exponents and its applications to the stability theory of differential equations, stable manifold theory, absolute continuity, and the ergodic theory of dynamical systems with nonzero Lyapunov exponents (including geodesic flows).

The author has provided in this slim volume a speedy introduction to a considerable number of topics and examples. He includes sections on the classical ergodic theorems, topological dynamics, uniform distribution, Martingales, information theory and entropy.

Karl Petersen has written a book which presents the fundamentals of the ergodic theory of point transformations and then several advanced topics which are currently undergoing intense research. By selecting one or more of these topics to focus on, the reader can quickly approach the specialized literature and indeed the frontier of the area of Cited by: This book contains five chapters and begins with the L2 stochastic processes and the concept of prediction theory.

The next chapter discusses the principles of ergodic theorem to real analysis, Markov chains, and information theory. Another chapter deals with the sample function behavior of continuous parameter processes. Their topics include: C(2)-diffeomorphisms of compact Riemann manifolds, geodesic flows, chaotic behaviour in billards, nonlinear ergodic theory, central limit theorems for subadditive processes, Hausdorff measures for parabolic rational maps, Markov operators, periods of cycles, Julia sets, ergodic theorems.

This book provides an introduction to the ergodic theory and topological dynamics of actions of countable groups. It is organized around the theme of probabilistic and combinatorial independence, and highlights the complementary roles of the asymptotic and the perturbative in its comprehensive treatment of the core concepts of weak mixing, compactness, entropy, and amenability.

Topics of the ten chapters include the central limit theorem for random walks, ergodic theory structures for foliations, uniqueness questions for multiple trigonometric series, the s-function and exponential integrability, and Nehari's theorem on the polydisk.

The study of dynamical systems forms a vast and rapidly developing field even when one considers only activity whose methods derive mainly from measure theory and functional analysis. Karl Petersen has written a book which presents the fundamentals of the ergodic theory of point transformations and then several advanced topics which are currently undergoing intense research/5(3).

This book contains a collection of survey papers by leading researchers in ergodic theory, low-dimensional and topological dynamics and it comprises nine chapters on a range of important topics.Lindthis Book Concerns Areas Of Ergodic Theory That Are Now Being Intensively Developed The Topics Include Entropy Theory With The Role And Usefulness Of Ultrafilterssome Topics In Ergodic Theory Working Draft Yuri Bakhtin Contents Chapter 1 Introduction 5.

A. Brunnel and M. Keane, Ergodic theorems for operator sequences, Z. Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie verw. Geb. 12 (), – MathSciNet Cited by: