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Equivalence of Measure Preserving Transformations
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Electronic ISBN: 9781470406691
Product Code: MEMO/37/262.E
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Equivalence of Measure Preserving Transformations
Available Formats:
Electronic ISBN:  9781470406691 
Product Code:  MEMO/37/262.E 
List Price:  $18.00 
MAA Member Price:  $16.20 
AMS Member Price:  $14.40 

Book DetailsMemoirs of the American Mathematical SocietyVolume: 37; 1982; 120 ppMSC: Primary 28;

Table of Contents

Chapters

Equivalence

1. Equivalence

2. The $f$metric

3. Finitely fixed processes

4. The equivalence theorem–I

5. The equivalence theorem–II

6. Loosely Bernoulli transformations

7. Back to flows and skew products

8. Transformations with finite rank

Nonequivalence

9. Infinite entropy and various complements

10. Feldman’s example

11. $J^f$ is not isomorphic to $J$

12. $J$ and $J^{1}$ are not equivalent and uncountably many nonequivalent $0$entropy transformations

13. Uncountably many pairwise nonequivalent transformations of finite and infinite entropy

14. A loosely Bernoulli $T$ for which $T\times T$ is not loosely Bernoulli


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Chapters

Equivalence

1. Equivalence

2. The $f$metric

3. Finitely fixed processes

4. The equivalence theorem–I

5. The equivalence theorem–II

6. Loosely Bernoulli transformations

7. Back to flows and skew products

8. Transformations with finite rank

Nonequivalence

9. Infinite entropy and various complements

10. Feldman’s example

11. $J^f$ is not isomorphic to $J$

12. $J$ and $J^{1}$ are not equivalent and uncountably many nonequivalent $0$entropy transformations

13. Uncountably many pairwise nonequivalent transformations of finite and infinite entropy

14. A loosely Bernoulli $T$ for which $T\times T$ is not loosely Bernoulli
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