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Feb
13
comment The chacon transform
Weakly mixing $\implies$ ergodic. But I'm lost with your question.
Feb
9
awarded  Yearling
Feb
9
asked Spectrum of $T^2$
Jan
27
comment Relation between ergodic terms and probabilistic terms
For the discrete time ($K=\mathbb{Z}$), a dynamical system can be treated as a stationary process.
Oct
17
awarded  Excavator
Oct
17
revised Limit superior of sum of sequences proof
"lim" and "limsup" in Mathjax
Oct
17
suggested approved edit on Limit superior of sum of sequences proof
Oct
5
comment Find a formula for the projection onto the unit ball of a Euclidean space
This is a maths question and moreover it is unclear (what is $X$ ? what is the norm ?).
Sep
6
revised Show that Brownian motion on the unit circle is exponentially ergodic and has the uniform measure as its invariant distribution.
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Sep
6
suggested approved edit on Show that Brownian motion on the unit circle is exponentially ergodic and has the uniform measure as its invariant distribution.
Aug
13
comment Help with C is Euler's constant and $\Gamma(0)=\infty$ in paper
This is the R software, but I don't see why you care about that. This was just a way to check this limit.
Aug
12
revised Help with C is Euler's constant and $\Gamma(0)=\infty$ in paper
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Aug
12
comment Help with C is Euler's constant and $\Gamma(0)=\infty$ in paper
@Xision A program ? What do you mean ? What calculation are you talking about ?
Aug
12
revised Help with C is Euler's constant and $\Gamma(0)=\infty$ in paper
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Aug
12
comment Help with C is Euler's constant and $\Gamma(0)=\infty$ in paper
@Xision No !! Capital $C$ is the Euler constant ($C\neq c$). I just follow the notation of the theorem.
Aug
12
revised Help with C is Euler's constant and $\Gamma(0)=\infty$ in paper
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Aug
12
answered Help with C is Euler's constant and $\Gamma(0)=\infty$ in paper
Jul
28
revised The first return time of an irrational rotation
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Jul
28
answered The first return time of an irrational rotation
Jun
23
answered If $f(x) \le f(Tx)$ then $f(x)=f(Tx)$ almost everywhere ( $T$ is $\mu$-invariant )