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By Yakov G. Sinai

This booklet issues parts of ergodic concept which are now being intensively constructed. the subjects contain entropy concept (with emphasis on dynamical platforms with multi-dimensional time), components of the renormalization crew process within the thought of dynamical platforms, splitting of separatrices, and a few difficulties with regards to the idea of hyperbolic dynamical systems.

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Such that the set of vectors V'hk, - oo < t < oo, k = 1, 2, ... , is an orthonormal basis. Then uk = 0, k = 1, 2, ... , = l. A proof of this criterion can be easily derived from Theorem 5 and we shall not give it here. If V'hk, - oo < t < oo, k = 1, ... , form a sequence of orthonormal vectors, then the spectrum of U has a countable Lebesgue component. All definitions and Theorem 5 are easily extended to the case of continuous groups where t ER 1. , are measures concentrated on these subsets.

Are defined by {U'} and do not depend on the isomorphism V. , 24 I. GENERAL ERGODIC THEORY the spectrum has countable multiplicity. , is nonzero, then {U'} has a homogeneous spectrum. , are absolutely continuous with respect to Lebesgue measures, then {U'} has a absolutely continuous spectrum. If all uk = 0, k = 1, 2, ... , is the Lebesgue measure, then {U'} has countable Lebesgue spectrum. This type of spectrum appears often in ergodic theory (see, in particular, Lecture 6 and following). In applications, the following criterion for the presence of countable Lebesgue spectrum is useful.

As always, the measure µ' is invariant under the shift S in n. e 2. If is a Markov partition satisfying the conditions of Lemma 1, then µ' is a Markov measure. LEMMA PROOF. We have to show that 1 C. ln···nT-"C. }. µ{ TC-IC-nTJ I 1-1 1-11 J I Denote by /<•l(C) (IM(C) the length of one side of the stable (unstable) boundary of C. Then Also 1C. nTJ I 1-t I. 2 It follows from the definition of the Markov partition that Ci n T- 1Ci_, n · · · n T-"cL .. is a parallelogram for which the stable side has the same length as that of C;.