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Ergodic Theory and Zd Actions

Ergodic Theory and Zd Actions

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V. Bergelson, S. Dani, D. Gatzouras, Y. Peres, V. Kaimanovic, W. Parry, I. Putnam, C. Radin, K. Simon, V. Bergelson, R. McCutcheon, R. Burton, J. Steif, K. Eloranta, S. Friedland, C. Frougny, B. Solomyak, G. Goodson, A. Iwanik, B. Kaminski, Y. Kifer, D. Lind, E. Robinson, A. Stepin
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  • Date Published: April 1996
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521576888

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  • The classical theory of dynamical systems has tended to concentrate on Z-actions or R-actions. In recent years, however, there has been considerable progress in the study of higher dimensional actions (i.e. Zd or Rd with d>1). This book represents the proceedings of the 1993-4 Warwick Symposium on Zd actions. It comprises a mixture of surveys and original articles that span many of the diverse facets of the subject, including important connections with statistical mechanics, number theory and algebra.

    • The leading researchers have contributed
    • First book solely on this subject
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    ' … a valuable addition to the literature … this book gives a very clear impression of many of the main areas of active research in Zd actions.' Thomas Ward, Ergodic Theory & Dynamical Systems

    ' … comprises a mixture of surveys and original articles … including important connections.' L'Enseignement Mathématique

    'The book will serve as a valuable resource of information and motivation for specialists.' European Mathematical Society Newsletter

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    • Date Published: April 1996
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521576888
    • length: 496 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 28 mm
    • weight: 0.72kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Surveys:
    1. Ergodic Ramsey theory V. Bergelson
    2. Flows on homogeneous spaces S. Dani
    3. The variational principle for Hausdorff dimension D. Gatzouras and Y. Peres
    4. Boundaries of invariant Markov operators V. Kaimanovic
    5. Squaring and cubing the circle W. Parry
    6. Recent K-theoretic invariants for dynamical systems I. Putnam
    7. Miles of tiles C. Radin
    8. Overlapping cylinders K. Simon
    Part II. Research Papers:
    1. Uniformity in the polynomial Szemerdi theorem V. Bergelson and R. McCutcheon
    2. Some 2-d symbolic dynamic systems R. Burton and J. Steif
    3. Rigid subshifts K. Eloranta
    4. Entropy of graphs, semigroups and groups S. Friedland
    5. Integers in linear numeration systems C. Frougny and B. Solomyak
    6. Ergodic transforms conjugate to their inverses G. Goodson
    7. Approximation by periodic transformations A. Iwanik
    8. Invariant s-algebras and their applications B. Kaminski
    9. Large deviations for paths and configurations counting Y. Kifer
    10. A zeta function for Zd actions D. Lind
    11. The dynamical theory of tilings and quasicrystals E. Robinson
    12. Approximations of groups and group actions, Cayley topology A. Stepin.

  • Editors

    Mark Pollicott, University of Manchester

    Klaus Schmidt, Universität Wien, Austria

    Contributors

    V. Bergelson, S. Dani, D. Gatzouras, Y. Peres, V. Kaimanovic, W. Parry, I. Putnam, C. Radin, K. Simon, V. Bergelson, R. McCutcheon, R. Burton, J. Steif, K. Eloranta, S. Friedland, C. Frougny, B. Solomyak, G. Goodson, A. Iwanik, B. Kaminski, Y. Kifer, D. Lind, E. Robinson, A. Stepin

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