Ergodic Theory and Related Fields: 2004-2006 Chapel Hill Workshops on Probability and Ergodic Theory, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, North Carolina

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American Mathematical Soc., 2007 - Mathematics - 145 pages
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The book contains papers by participants of the Chapel Hill Ergodic Theory Workshops organized in February 2004, 2005, and 2006. Topics covered by these papers illustrate the interaction between ergodic theory and related fields such as harmonic analysis, number theory, and probability theory.
 

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Contents

Averages along cubes for not necessarily commuting mpt
1
On the onesided ergodic Hilbert transform
21
Concepts behind divergent ergodic averages along the squares
41
Deterministic walks in Markov environments with constant rigidity
57
On random FourierStieltjes transforms
73
Limit theorems for sequential expanding dynamical systems on 0 1
89
mnodometer and the binary odometer are finitarily orbit equivalent
123
Some open problems
135
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