# Tagged Questions

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### Homeomorphisms that admit a decomposition

Let $I^n:=[0,1]^n$ and $T$ be a homeomorphism on $I^n$.
If $T$ admits a decomposition of $I^n=A\cup B\cup C$ with $A,B,C$ Lebesgue measurable and mutually disjoint such that $$T(A)=B, T(B)=A \ ...

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### A argument related measurable partitions in dynamic system

$X$ is a compact metric space, and $T:X\rightarrow X$ be a continuous map, which is finite to one. Denoted by$ X_{0}$ the set of all points $x\in X$, such that for all sufficiently small ...

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### Entire functions with a null real escaping set

Let $f$ be a entire function (stable on $\mathbb{R}$), and $E_{\mathbb{R}}$ its real escaping set : $$E_{\mathbb{R}} = \{ x \in \mathbb{R} : f^{(k)}(x) \rightarrow_{k \to \infty} \infty \} $$
We put ...

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### Liouville's theorem: How to get an invariant measure?

Liouville's theorem states that the `natural' 2-from is preserved under the Hamiltonian flow. Apparently this leads to an invariant measure $\mu$ as follows
\begin{equation}
d\mu = \frac{d\sigma}{|| ...

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### The relations between conservative part and conservativity

I revised the question. In smooth ergodic theory, a diffeomorphism is said to be conservative (I), if it preserves the Lebesgue measure. So for some of us, conservativity is just short for ...

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### Fixed objects of the M endofunctor on category Meas

Consider the category $\operatorname{Meas}$ of measurable spaces: its objects are sets equipped with $\sigma$-algebras, and its morphisms are measurable functions between spaces.
As Gerald Edgar ...

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### probability measures with entropy equal to nonnegative number

Is it true that for a given nonnegative number, there exists a measure-theoretical entropy value (supremum of entropies of all partitions under a measure-preserving transformation) that equals this ...

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### A measure theory question

Here's an interesting problem one can formulate for a student. This problem arises when considering special ergodic theorems:
On a finite dimensional manifold $M$ with a Lebesgue measure $\mu$, does ...

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### Approximation of the radon-derivative

I am looking for the following statement.
Let $X$ be a topological space and let $\mu$, $\nu$ be Radon-Borel measures in the same measure class i.e. the the zero-sets are identical. Denote then by ...

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### Fourier transform of x2 invariant measure

Let $T:\mathbb{R}/\mathbb{Z}\rightarrow \mathbb{R}/\mathbb{Z}$ be the map defined by $T(x)=2x$, and suppose that $\mu$ is a $T$ invariant and ergodic Borel probability measure on the space, which is ...

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### Proof of Krylov-Bogoliubov Theorem

Where can I find a proof (in English) of the Krylov-Bogoliubov theorem, which states if $X$ is a compact metric space and $T\colon X \to X$ is continuous, then there is a $T$-invariant Borel ...

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### trivial map on $\sigma-$algebra $\mod{}0$ is trivial

Hi everyone!
I am currently studying the basic theory of measurable actions and need the following result, which I am not able to prove myself. It is stated without a proof, so probably it should not ...

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### Given a probability \mu, can we always find a transformation T s.t. \mu is T-invariant?

It is true that, under some conditions, given a measure-preserving transformation $T$, we can always construct a $T$-invariant probability. I am wondering whether we can do a converse. See Parry's ...

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### Example of a quasi-Bernoulli measure which is not Gibbs?

Let $X=\{0,1\}^{\mathbb{N}}$. For simplicity I consider measures on $X$ only.
A measure $\mu$ is quasi-Bernoulli if there is a constant $C\ge 1$ such that for any finite sequences $i,j$,
$$
C^{-1} ...

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### Measure of the stable set in a dynamical system

Suppose $\dot{x}=f(x)$ is a dynamical system, with $x$ in $R^n$, and $f:R^n \to R^n$ sufficiently smooth (for example, Lipschitz-continuous).
Assume that $x_e$ is an unstable equilibrium point of ...