Jump to: navigation , search metric theory of dynamical systems Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 37Axx [ MSN ][ ZBL ] The branch of the theory of dynamical systems that studies systems with an invariant measure and related problems. Borel set are taken to be measurable. By analogy, in other cases one sometimes speaks also of "time" but "non-classical" ; not being the time in the ordinary sense of the word it can have another physical meaning denoting, for example, spatial shifts of a translation-invariant physical system. In "abstract" ergodic theory one studies various statistical properties of dynamical systems reflecting their behaviour over long periods of time for example, ergodicity or mixing as well as problems connected with the metric classification of systems with respect to a metric isomorphism , and the two groups of problems turn out to be closely connected. Since a non-ergodic system splits into ergodic components cf.
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The Thirteen Books of the Elements, Vol. Additional topics include weak topology and approximation, uniform topology and approximation, invariant measures, unsolved problems, and other subjects. Lectures on Ergodic Theory. Halmos Hungarian-born Paul R.
Halmos is widely regarded as a top-notch expositor of mathematics. Linear Algebra Georgi E. Description This concise classic by Paul R. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x 5. Game Theory Morton D. Calculus of Variations Isarel M. Ordinary Differential Equations M.
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He taught at the University of Chicago and the University of Michigan as well as other universities and made significant contributions to several areas of mathematics including mathematical logic, probability theory, ergodic theory, and functional analysis. Halmos, a well-known master of mathematical exposition, has served as a basic introduction to aspects of ergodic theory since its first publication in halmos.
The Thirteen Books of the Elements, Vol. Additional topics include weak topology and approximation, uniform topology and approximation, invariant measures, unsolved problems, and other subjects. Lectures on Ergodic Theory. Halmos Hungarian-born Paul R. Halmos is widely regarded as a top-notch expositor of mathematics. Linear Algebra Georgi E. Description This concise classic by Paul R.
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Lectures on Ergodic Theory