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An Outline of Ergodic Theory (Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics) 1st Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0521194402
ISBN-10: 0521194407
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"The book under review is very useful. On the one hand, the way of presenting the material is intuitive; on the other hand, it enables the reader to understand ergodic theory more deeply."
Jan Kwiatkowski, Mathematical Reviews

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This informal introduction focuses on the branch of ergodic theory known as isomorphism theory. Exercises, open problems, and helpful hints actively engage the reader and encourage them to participate in developing proofs independently. Ideal for graduate courses, this book is also a valuable reference for the professional mathematician.
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