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Aut2000: MTG6401 3963..ERGODIC.THEO/DYN.SY.1..MWF6..LIT235

Our textbook is Ergodic Theory.

Author: | Karl Petersen | ISBN: | 0-521-38997-6 |

Year: | 1990 | Publisher: | Cambridge University Press |

My students have informed me that due-dates are approximate….

Mr. (now Dr.) Eric Zenk kindly agreed to maintain the H-problems from Ergodic class.

(2000) | |
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Homework 2 (pdf): |

10Nov | Homework 5 (pdf):
Various joiningsdefinitions, together with a few problems. These are due 17Nov2000. |

To my Students: Please print out my paper below *Three Measures* as
this gives an introduction to measure-preserving systems.

*Three Problems in search of a Measure (ps)*- Here is a direct proof (no use of SMBreiman) that
*Rank-1 maps have zero-entropy (pdf)*. - The Boole Transformation (pdf).

- Entropy on the World Wide Web has links.

Also see An Entropy Primer (pdf) by Chris Hillman. - Prof. Thomas Ward's site: Ergodic Theory at UEA.
- Steve Kalikow's book
- An introduction to joinings in ergodic theory by Thierry De La Rue.
- The Mathematical Atlas: 60: Probability theory and stochastic processes
- factbites: Ergodic theory.
- Mark Pollicott and Michiko Yuri have made their book
*Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory*freely available as postscript files.

- Karl Petersen
- Stanley Eigen
- Paul C. Shields
- Marcus Pivato had an online book called
*Stochastic processes…*. What I find now that this has a link to*Ergodic Theory, Stochastic Processes, and Information Theory*. - Anthony Quas's Home Page
- Vitaly Bergelson
*Search*: Ergodic Theory