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Basic readings in ergodic theory

For those of you who would like to read more about the basics of applied ergodic theory that I talked about in 703 today, there are a few accessible papers and books below the fold. You are always very welcome to send me an e-mail or drop by my office (VV517) if you want to talk more about any of the papers or the topic in general.

Please e-mail me if any of the links below the fold don’t work, or if you have trouble locating the pdfs for the papers.

Here’s a simple demonstration of Arnold’s Cat Map. V.I. Arnold, a cool cat himself, figured out, decades before the age of the internet, that putting an image of a kitteh in your research vastly increases its appeal.

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