Spectral Theory of Dynamical Systems
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Description: This book introduces some basic topics in the spectral theory of dynamical systems, but also includes advanced topics such as a theorem due to H. Helson and W. Parry, and another due to B. Host. Moreover, Ornstein's family of mixing rank one automorphisms is described with construction and proof. Systems of imprimitivity, and their relevance to ergodic theory, are discussed. Baire category theorems of ergodic theory, scattered in the literature, are derived in a unified way. Riesz products are considered, and they are used to describe the spectral types and eigenvalues of rank one automorphisms. "Spectral Theory of Dynamical Systems" is the first book devoted exclusively to this subject, moving from introductory material to some topics of current research. The exposition is at a general level and aimed at advanced students and researchers in dynamical systems.
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Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: Birkhauser Boston
Publication date: 11/5/2012
Size: 6.10" wide x 9.20" long x 0.17" tall