An Introduction to Number Theory 2 DVD Set with Guidebook by Edward B. Burger

By Edward B. Burger

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Let X = (X, B, µ, T ) be any measure-preserving system. A sub-σ-algebra A ⊆ BX with T −1 A = A modulo µ is called a T -invariant sub-σ-algebra. Show that the system X = (X, B, µ, T ) defined by • • X = {x ∈ X Z | xk+1 = T (xk ) for all k ∈ Z}; (T (x))k = xk+1 for all k ∈ Z and x ∈ X; • µ {x ∈ X | x0 ∈ A} = µ(A) for any A ∈ B, and µ is invariant under T ; • B is the smallest T -invariant σ-algebra for which the map π : x → x0 from X to X is measurable; 26 2 Ergodicity, Recurrence and Mixing is an invertible measure-preserving system, and that the map π : x → x0 is a factor map.

16 as follows. If X is a compact abelian group, prove that the group rotation Rg (x) = gx is ergodic with respect to Haar measure if and only if the subgroup {g n | n ∈ Z} generated by g is dense in X. 4. 20, prove that A is injective if and only if | det(A)| = 1, and in general that A : Td → Td is | det(A)|-toone if det(A) = 0. 3) on p. 426. 5 The Mean Ergodic Theorem Ergodic theorems at their simplest express a relationship between averages taken along the orbit of a point under iteration of a measure-preserving map (in the physical origins of the subject, this represents an average over time) and averages taken over the measure space with respect to some invariant measure (an average over space).

Brj(k) (aj(k) ) are the balls chosen from all the balls considered, and let V = B3rj(1) (aj(1) ) ∪ · · · ∪ B3rj(k) (aj(k) ). If i ∈ {j(1), . . , j(k)} then Bri (ai ) ⊆ B3ri (ai ) ⊆ V by construction. If not, then by the construction there is some n ∈ {1, . . , i − 1} ∩ {j(1), . . , j(k)} that was selected, such that Bri (ai ) ∩ Brn (an ) = ∅, and rn ri by the ordering of the indices. By the triangle inequality we therefore have Bri (ai ) ⊆ B3rn (an ) ⊆ V as required. 2). 28. For any collection of intervals I1 = [a1 , a1 + ℓ(1) − 1], .

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