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The proofs are not always carried out in full detail, though.

We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. This seems to have the highest content-to-volume ratio. Post as a guest Name. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x Two chapters deal with entropy.

An Introduction To Ergodic Theory

Blade ‘nadkarni – this book: We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. Book ratings by Goodreads. As far as I know, both versions English and Portuguese are sold out. This only will help you with the measurable setting waltere is an older book, though.

The first part of the text is concerned with measure-preserving The final chapter outlines significant results and some applications of ergodic theory pfter other branches of mathematics.

Account Options Sign in. Besides basic concepts of ergodic theory,the book also discusses the connection between ergodic theory and number theory,which is a hot topic recently.


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Topological pressure and equilibrium states are discussed, and a proof theorg given of the variational principle that relates pressure to measure-theoretic entropies. An excellent suggestion indeed.

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Ergodic Theory on Lebesgue Spaces”, it is one of the most accurate pteer in the technical level Lebesgue spaces, ergodic decompositionplus it have nice treatments of the theory of joinings and entropy. I think that overall, Petersen’s book is good as well, maybe not as streamlined as one might expect, but still very through. My library Help Advanced Book Search.

What are your recommendations on the subject? Next time I’ll post more specific bibliography. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews.

This is a nice book to get a solid background in isomorphism theory of measurable dynamical systems. Description The first part of this introduction to ergodic theory addresses measure-preserving transformations of probability spaces and covers such topics as recurrence properties and the Birkhoff ergodic theorem. Dan Rudolph have a very nice book called – “Fundamentals of Measurable Dynamics: And a pster second volume will discuss about entropy,drafts of the book can be found on the homepage of Thomas Ward http: David Roberts, Yes, these are the books.

Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. It is hoped the reader will be ready to tackle research papers after reading the book. Several examples are detailed, and the final chapter outlines results and applications of infroduction theory to other branches of mathematics.


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Some examples are described and are studied in detail when new properties are presented. I second Siming Tu’s recommendation for E-W book. It treats, among others, invariant measures, translations on compact abelian groups, geodesic flows on Riemannian manifolds; it gives applications to number theory and discusses ergodic theory of ideal gas as applications to “other fields” that you may be interested in.

I do think it’s a classical book full of exercises. Thierry de la Rue. Selected pages Title Page.

An Introduction to Ergodic Theory

Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Princeton University Press, Princeton, N. Topological entropy is introduced and related to measure-theoretic entropy. Introduction to ergodic theory.

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This is a very extensive book, but it is kind of deep, and in my opinion, doesn’t suitable fro students although he for example discuss the general notion of ergodic group action, besides Z or R actions.