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6 edition of **The ergodic theory of lattice subgroups** found in the catalog.

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- 13 Currently reading

Published
**2010**
by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J
.

Written in English

- Ergodic theory,
- Lie groups,
- Lattice theory,
- Harmonic analysis,
- Dynamics

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statement | Alexander Gorodnik and Amos Nevo. |

Series | Annals of mathematics studies -- no. 172 |

Contributions | Nevo, Amos, 1966- |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA313 .G67 2010 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | p. cm. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL23020924M |

ISBN 10 | 9780691141848, 9780691141855 |

LC Control Number | 2009003729 |

Ergodic theory has its roots in Maxwell’s and Boltzmann’s kinetic theory of gases and was born as a mathematical theory around by the groundbreaking works of von Neumann and Birkhoff. In the s, Furstenberg showed how to translate questions in combinatorial number theory into ergodic theory. This inspired a newFile Size: 6MB. L. Alaoglu and G. Birkhoff [] General ergodic theorems, Ann. Math. (2) 41 (), – Google Scholar [] Probability and Measure, Wiley Series in Probability and Mathematical Statistics, John Wiley & Sons, New York-Chichester-Brisbane, Author: Tanja Eisner, Bálint Farkas, Markus Haase, Rainer Nagel.

This book is based on a course given at the University of Chicago in As with the course, the main motivation of this work is to present an accessible treatment, assuming minimal background, of the profound work of G. A. Margulis concerning rigidity, arithmeticity, and structure of lattices in semi- simple groups, and related work of the author on the actions of semisimple groups and Brand: R J Zimmer. This volume contains the proceedings of the International Conference on Recent Trends in Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems, in honor of S. G. Dani's 65th Birthday, held December , , in Vadodara, India. This volume covers many topics of ergodic theory, dynamical systems, number theory and probability measures on groups.

Chapter Ergodic Theory Part IV. Major Results Chapter Mostow Rigidity Theorem Chapter Margulis Superrigidity Theorem Chapter Normal Subgroups of Chapter Arithmetic Subgroups of Classical Groups Chapter Construction of a Coarse Fundamental Domain Chapter Ratner’s Theorems on Unipotent Flows. A. Gorodnik and A. Nevo, The ergodic theory of lattice subgroups, Annals of Mathematics Studies , Princeton University Press, The results established in this book constitute a new departure in ergodic theory and a significant expansion of its scope.

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Traditional ergodic theorems focused on amenable groups, and relied on the existence of an asymptotically invariant sequence in the group, the resulting maximal inequalities based on covering arguments, and the transference principle.

The ergodic theory of lattice subgroups Alexander Gorodnik, Amos Nevo. The results established in this book constitute a new departure in ergodic theory and a significant expansion of its scope.

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As with the course, the main motivation of this work is to present an accessible treatment, assuming minimal background, of the profound work of G.

Margulis concerning rigidity, arithmeticity, and structure of lattices in semi simple groups, and related work of the author on the actions of semisimple groups and their lattice subgroups.

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Margulis concerning rigidity, arithmeticity, and structure of lattices in semi simple groups, and related work of the author on the actions of semisimple groups and. This book provides a gentle introduction to the study of arithmetic subgroups of semisimple Lie groups.

This means that the goal is to understand the group SL(n,Z) and certain of its subgroups. Among the major results discussed in the later chapters are the Mostow Rigidity Theorem, the Margulis Superrigidity Theorem, Ratner's Theorems, and the classification of arithmetic subgroups of Cited by: Group Actions in Ergodic Theory, Geometry, and Topology: Selected Papers brings together some of the most significant writings by Zimmer, which lay out his program and contextualize his work over the course of his career.

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The proof goes in exactly the same way. Discrete Subgroups and Ergodic Theory 3. Proofs of L e m m a s In the proofs of Lemmaswe shall need some assertions about unipotent groups of Cited by: Representation theory, discrete lattice subgroups, effective ergodic theorems, and applications Geometric Analysis on Discrete Groups RIMS workshop, Kyoto Amos Nevo, Technion Based on joint work with Alex Gorodnik, and on joint work with Anish Ghosh and Alex Gorodnik Lattice subgroups and effective ergodic theorems.

Ergodic theorems for lattice subgroups, ik+N, ’ If the -action has a spectral gap then, the effective mean ergodic theorem holds: for every f 2Lp, 1 0.

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Numerous examples are presented carefully along with the ideas underlying the most important results. Moreover, the book deals with the dynamical systems of statistical mechanics, and with various kinetic equations.A2.

Ergodic Theory 76 A3. Moore Ergodicity Theorem 76 A4. Algebraic Groups 77 A5. Cocycle Superrigidity Theorem 78 A6. Borel Density Theorem 79 A7.

Three theorems of is on lattice subgroups 79 A8. Fixed-point theorems 80 A9. Amenable groups 80 Cited by: