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Entropy of Compact Group Automorphisms

Entropy of Compact Group Automorphisms
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Publisher: University of East Anglia
Number of pages: 84

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These notes cover a very short introduction to measure-theoretic and topological entropy, and are aimed at understanding part of Yuzvinskii's formula for the entropy of compact group automorphisms. Based on a course at the Ohio State University.

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