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Basic ergodic theory

M. G. Nadkarni

Basic ergodic theory

by M. G. Nadkarni

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Published in Delhi, Hindustan Book Agency .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ergodic theory.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementM.G. Nadkarni.
    SeriesTexta and readings in mathematics -- 6
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA313
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 179p. ;
    Number of Pages179
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18435176M
    ISBN 108185931070

    Ergodic theory is often concerned with ergodic intuition behind such transformations, which act on a given set, is that they do a thorough job "stirring" the elements of that set (e.g., if the set is a quantity of hot oatmeal in a bowl, and if a spoonful of syrup is dropped into the bowl, then iterations of the inverse of an ergodic transformation of the oatmeal will not. It is not easy to give a simple definition of Ergodic Theory because it uses techniques and examples from many fields such as probability theory, statis-tical mechanics, number theory, vector fields on manifolds, group actions of homogeneous spaces and many more. The word ergodic is a mixture of two Greek words: ergon (work) and odos (path).

    Math A: Entropy and Ergodic Theory (UCLA, Fall ) Summary: An introduction to entropy and its many roles in different branches of mathematics, especially information theory, probability, combinatorics and ergodic aim is to give a quick overview of many topics, emphasizing a few basic combinatorial problems that they have in common and which are responsible for the ubiquity of. TY - JOUR. T1 - Book review: Basic ergodic theory. AU - Overdijk, D.A. PY - Y1 - M3 - Book review. VL - 5/1. SP - EP - JO - Nieuw Archief voor WiskundeAuthor: D.A. Overdijk.

    Basic ergodic theory 3rd Edition by M. G. Nadkarni and Publisher Hindustan Book Agency. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: , The print version of this textbook is ISBN: , A new feature of the book is that the basic topics of Ergodic Theory such as the Poincare recurrence lemma, induced automorphisms and Kakutani towers, compressibility and E. Hopf\'s theorem, the theorem of Ambrose on representation of flows are treated at the descriptive set-theoretic level before their measure-theoretic or topological versions.


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