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Question abouth Skorokhod representation of random variables

It is known that for any two probability measures $\mu$ and $\nu$ on $\mathbb R$ that are close in the Prokhorov metric $\rho$, i.e. $$\rho(\mu,\nu)<\varepsilon,$$ then there exist two random ...
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Generator of a $\bigoplus_{n=0}^\infty \mathbb{Z}/2\mathbb{Z}$-action

Let $T$ be a measure-preserving action of a group $G$ on a Lebesgue space $X$. That means that $T$ associates an automorphism (i.e. an invertible measure-preserving transformation) $T^g$ of $X$ to ...
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$\sum_{n\in\mathbb{Z}^2}d\mu(x-2\pi n)=0\Rightarrow$ the summands are pairwise mutually singular

Let $\mu$ a finite measure supported by $\Gamma$ (smooth curve in $\mathbb{R}^2$) and absolutely continuos with respect to the arc length measure on $\Gamma$. Please why if $\sum_{n\in\mathbb{Z}^2}d\...
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$\int_{R^2}\varphi(x)d\mu(x)=0$ $\Leftrightarrow$ $\sum_{n\in \mathbb Z^2} d\mu(x-2\pi n)=0$

Let $\mu$ be a finite measure supported by $\Gamma $ (a smoth finite curve) and absolutely continuous with respect to the length measure on $\Gamma$ such that $\Gamma \cap (\Gamma+x)$ is a finite ...
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Generator determined by finitely many translates implies zero entropy

Let $T$ be a measure preserving transformation of a standard probability space $(X,\mathcal{B},\mu)$. A partition $\alpha$ of $X$ is said to be a generator for $T$ if the smallest $T$ invariant $\...
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Sigma algebra generated by SOT versus of sigma algebra generated by WOT

Let $H$ be a non-separable Hilbert space. Let us denote $B_s$ ($B_w$), by the sigma algebra generated by the strong operator topology (weak operator topology) on $B(H)$. Question: Is $B_s$ the same ...
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Is the limsup or liminf of n-wise independent events independent?

Let $(\Omega, \mathscr F, \mathbb P)$ be a probability space. Consider events indexed by $m, n \in \mathbb N$: $ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ A_{1,n}, A_{2,n}, A_{3,n} ...$ are n-wise independent. $A_{m,1}...
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Calculate correlation values of an ensemble of $N\times N$ real asymmetric random matrix from Gaussian measure

I am now reading a paper by Sommers, H. J., et al. "Spectrum of large random asymmetric matrices." Physical Review Letters 60.19 (1988): 1895-1898., it claims a mathematical statement (equation (2) in ...
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Sort-of Converse of Kolmogorov Zero-One Theorem

Let $(\Omega, \mathscr F, \mathbb P)$ be a probability space. The Kolmogorov Zero-One Theorem states that Suppose we have independent random variables $X_1, X_2, ...$. Then $\forall \ A \in \...
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When is Hausdorff measure a Frostman measure?

Let $(X,d)$ be a metric space and let $\mathcal{H}^s$ be the $s$-dimensional Hausdorff measure on $X$. For a measure $\mu$ on $X$, we say that $\mu$ is a Frostman measure (sometimes referred as ...
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Operator-valued measurable functions

Let $H$ be a non separable Hilbert space and $\Omega$ be a measurable space. Naturally, we say that $f:\Omega\to B(H)$ is $w$-measurable if $f^{-1}(O)$ is measurable for any open set $O$ in the weak ...
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Number of lattice points in homotetic image

I asked this question on MSE a week ago and it gave me a tumbleweed badge :-) Let $\Lambda$ be a lattice in $\mathbb R^n$, with covolume $\Gamma$. Moreover, let $S$ be a bounded (Lebesgue-)measurable ...
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Moment Sequence in l²

I have the following problem/question: For which finite regular complex measures $\mu$ is the moment sequence $$ \left(\int_{[-1,1]}t^k\,d\mu\right)_{k\in\mathbb N} $$ a member of $\ell^2(\mathbb N)$?...
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What are universal abstract $\sigma$-algebras on $\sigma$-frames?

Originally asked on MSE. In this paper, the authors make the following definitions: An (abstract) $\sigma$-algebra is a boolean algebra with countable joins. A $\sigma$-frame is a bounded lattice ...
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On the use of the term “field of sets” in Maharam's papers

I am reading some papers by D. Maharam, and feel a little bit confused about her use of the term "field of sets". Nowadays, I think the term is standardly used to mean a pair $(X, \mathscr{F})$ for ...
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Darboux property of non-atomic sigma-additive nonnegative measures equivalent to the AC?

A result commonly, and probably erroneously, attributed to W. Sierpiński is that every non-atomic, countably additive, nonnegative measure $\mu: \Sigma \to \bf R$, where $\Sigma$ is a sigma-algebra on ...
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Stochastic equation

Let $X,Y$ be Polish spaces and $\kappa:X\times \mathcal B(Y)\to[0,1]$ be a Borel-measurable stochastic kernel on $Y$ given $X$. Under which conditions for a probability measure $\nu$ on $Y$ there ...
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A boundary of the second fundamental theorem of calculus

Let's say that a set $X\subseteq [0,1]$ has Property Q if the following holds: For every continuous $f:[0,1]\to\mathbb{R}$ with $f(0)=0$ and derivative existing and bounded by 1 on $[0,1]\setminus X$, ...
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How to prove that a monotone function is differentiable at some point?

This fact, which eventually belongs to Lebesgue, is usually proved with some measure theory (and we prove that the function is differentiable a.e.). Is there a significantly different approach? Let me ...
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List of Bernoulli chaotic systems

Which discrete chaotic systems are known to be Bernoulli (i.e. measure theoretically isomorphic to a Bernoulli shift, one-sided or two-sided)? I am aware that it is known for some uniformly ...
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Hoeffding's lemma for unbounded r.v with bounded exponential map

Let $X$ be a real r.v with $E[e^{\lambda X}] < \infty $ for all $\lambda \in [-c,c]$. Is it possible to get an Hoeffding's lemma like bound on $E[e^{\lambda(X-EX)}]$. That is, an upper bound: $$E[...
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Lower semi-continuity of the Hellinger-Fisher-Rao distance

I am currently working on unbalanced optimal transport, where the Hellinger (or sometimes Fisher-Rao) distance $$ H^2(\rho,\mu)=\int_{\Omega}\left|\sqrt{\frac{d\rho}{d\lambda}}-\sqrt{\frac{d\mu}{d\...
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Classification of Lebesgue-Rokhlin spaces

I am currently trying to grasp some ideas on Lebesgue-Rokhlin spaces from Bogachev, "Measure Theory", vol. 2. Such spaces are also known as standard probability spaces but the definitions are not ...
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Volume growth of balls II

Let $b:(0,\infty)\to (0,\infty)$ be monotonically increasing. Call $b$ limit-tight, if $$ \lim_{\varepsilon\to 0}\ \limsup_{T\to\infty}\frac{b(T-\varepsilon)}{b(T)} =\lim_{\varepsilon\to 0}\ \limsup_{...
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Change of variable for integration with respect to Haar measure

I know how to estimate the integral* (see the update) \begin{gather} \int f(Ub)d\mu(U), \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ [2] \end{gather} where $f:S^{n-1}(\...
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Why is $\mathcal{E}(X)=\mathcal{E}(X,X^*)$?

According to a course about $\sigma$-agebras in infinite dimensional space they said that it is easy to see that : $$\mathcal{E}(X)=\mathcal{E}(X,X^*)$$ where: $X$ is separable real Banach space. $...
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On a certain set of probability measures on a shift

Denote by $\mathbb{Z}_2=\{0,1\}$ the integers modulo 2. Let $S:\mathbb{Z}_{2}^{\mathbb{N}}\times\mathbb{Z}_{2}^{\mathbb{N}} \rightarrow \mathbb{Z}_{2}^{\mathbb{N}}$ be the sum $S(a,b) = a+b$, where $...
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What is the cofinality of the positive measure sets of reals?

What is the minimal cardinality of a family of sets of real numbers, each of positive Lebesgue measure, such that every set of real numbers of positive Lebesgue measure contains some member of the ...
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Invariant subspaces are reducing subspaces in $L^2(\mu)$; where $\mu$ is a singular measure w.r.t Lebesgue measure

I have already posted this question on math.stackexchange but didn't get any answer. I hope this is the right place to ask this question. Recently I was reading a book "Operator Function and system" ...
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Compactness of cadlag martingales w.r.t. to the point-wise topology

Given a sequence of cadlag (right-continuous with left limits) martingales $X^n=(X^n_t)_{0\le t\le 1}$, we may use the well known criteria to determine whether it is weakly convergent, i.e. subtract a ...
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Lower bounds from Fourier dimension?

According to Mattila, Geometry of sets and measures in Euclidean spaces, p. 168, the Fourier dimension $\text{dim}_F(A)$ of $A\subseteq \mathbb R^n$ is the unique number in $[0,n]$ such that for any $...
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Averaging measurable functions over amenable group actions

Let $G$ be an amenable group acting on a space $X$. Amenability means there is a $G$-invariant mean on $L^\infty(G,{\mathbf R})$. Given a bounded function $f\colon X\to {\mathbf R}$ one can use the ...
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A result of Sierpiński on non-atomic measures

There is a classical result commonly attributed to W. Sierpiński that reads as follows: Theorem 1. If $f: \Sigma \to \bf R$ is a non-atomic (*) measure on a set $S$, then for every $X \in \Sigma$ ...
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entropy growth of invariant measures - General question

In general, given a sequence of shift-invariant measures $\eta_{n}$ on $\{0,1\}^{\mathbb{N}}$ what to do to guarantee this convergence of entropies: $$h(\eta_{n}) \rightarrow \log2?$$ Because I'm ...
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skorokhod integral as Weak Integral

Is it possible to express the skorokhod integral on a Banach space $B$ as a special case of the weak (or Pettis) integral over an appropriate Banach space $E$? For example if $E$ is the space of ...
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entropy and d-bar: how do we estimate continuity?

Let $G = \{0,1\}^{\mathbb{N}} = \mathbb{Z}_{2}^{\mathbb{N}}$ be the Bernoulli space of two symbols, let $\sigma$ be the shift map and $M(G)$ the set of $\sigma$-invariant probabilities. Let $\bar{d}$ ...
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Equivalent measures on algebra also equivalent on $\sigma$-algebra?

Suppose $\mu$ and $\nu$ are finite positive measures on a measurable space $(X,\mathcal A)$. Let $\mathcal G$ be an algebra of $\mathcal A$. If $\mu$ and $\nu$ are equivalent on $\mathcal G$ in the ...
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Optimization over space of probability measures

Consider an optimization problem as follows: $$ \min\mathbb E_w[f_0(w)] \mathrm{\,\,\,\,\,\ s.t.\,\,\,\,} E_w[f_i(w)]\leq 0 ,\,\,\, i=1,\dots, k $$ where the maximum is taken over $\mathscr M$, ...
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Density of Gaussian measures on Banach spaces

I am trying to get my head around this question and was reading (1) which states the same a little bit more general: Let $X$ be a separable Banach space and $X^*$ the dual space. The mean value $...
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“Nicely” strong measure zero sets

This question is essentially an expanded version of the unanswered half of Two strengthenings of "strong measure zero". A set $X$ of reals is strong measure zero if, for any $f: \omega\...
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Stopping time sigma-fields

Let $(F_n)$ be a discrete Filtration and $S_n,S$ (not necessarily finite) stopping times with $S_n\uparrow S$ (increasing convergence). Is it true that the associated sigma-fields satisfy $F_{S_n}\...
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Does a monotone subadditive $f: \mathcal{P}(\bf N)\to [0,1]$ admit a finite partition with values in $(0,1)$?

A function $f\colon \mathcal{P}(\mathbf{N})\to [0,1]$ is said to have the Darboux property whenever for all $X \subseteq \mathbf{N}$ and $y \in [0,f(X)]$, there exists $Y \subseteq X$ such that $f(Y)=...
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Post composition of integral

Setup: If $\langle \Omega, \mathfrak{F},\mu \rangle$ is a measure space, $f:\Omega \rightarrow E$ is a weakly-measurable function to a Banach space $E$, $g: E \rightarrow E'$ is a diffeomorphism and ...
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Constructing an additive set function from on a non-additive one

repost from math.se. I was trying to generalize some results from measure theory to functions that are "almost" measures but not additive. Then, I thought it could be interesting to do this in a ...
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Can we recover a topological space from the collection of Borel probability measures living on it?

Let $(X, \tau)$ be a topological space, and $\mathcal{P}(X, \tau)$ be the Borel probability measures living on $X$. Can we recover $(X, \tau)$ from $\mathcal{P}(X, \tau)$?
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Does Borel's proof for existence of normal numbers make an essential use of axiom of choice?

A normal number is a real number whose infinite sequence of digits in every base $b$ is distributed uniformly in the sense that each of the $b$ digit values has the same natural density $\frac{1}{b}$, ...
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Existence of a measurable map between metric spaces

Let $X$ and $Y$ be separable complete metric spaces (if necessary, they may be assumed to be compact). Let $R\subset X\times Y$ be a closed subset such that the projection of $R$ to $X$ is onto. Is ...
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A meager subgroup of the real line, which cannot be covered by countably many closed subsets of measure zero?

Is there a ZFC-example of a subgroup $H$ of the real line $\mathbb R$ such $H$ is meager, has zero Lebesgue measure, but cannot be covered by countably many closed subsets of measure zero in $\mathbb ...
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A variant of Freiling's Axiom of Symmetry and a weak form of the Continuum Hypothesis in models where all sets of reals are Lebesgue measurable

Consider the following variant of Freiling's Axiom of Symmetry, $\mathsf{AS}$, which will be denoted $A_{< 2^{\aleph_0}}$: given any function $f$ from $\mathbb{R}$ into the families of of subsets ...
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A question regarding a common critique of Freiling's Axiom of Symmetry

(In what follows, Freiling's Axiom of Symmetry is simply the following: ($A_{\aleph_0}$) :( $\forall$$f$: $\mathbf R$ $\rightarrow$$\mathbf R_{\aleph_0}$)($\exists$$x_1$,$x_2$)($x_2$$\notin$$f$($x_1$...