By Casey J.

ISBN-10: 1418185663

ISBN-13: 9781418185664

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A probability space (X, F , µ) having a basis is called separable. (ε) (ε) Now let ε = ±1 and Bn = Bn if ε = 1 and Bn = X \ Bn if ε = −1. To any sequence of numbers εn , n = 1, 2, . . there corresponds the intersection (εn ) ∞ . By (i) every such intersection contains no more than one point. n=1 Bn A probability space (X, F , µ) is said to be complete with respect to a basis (εn ) B if all the intersections ∞ are non-empty. The space (X, F , µ) is said n=1 Bn 46 CHAPTER 1. MEASURE PRESERVING ENDOMORPHISMS to be complete (mod 0) with respect to a basis B if X can be included as a subset of full measure into a certain measure space (X, F , µ) which is complete with respect to its own basis B = (B n ) satisfying Bn ∩ X = Bn for all n.

4. If T is an isomorphism then T is ergodic if and only if T −1 is ergodic. Let φ : X → R be a measurable function. For any n ≥ 1 we define Sn φ = φ + φ ◦ T + . . 1) Let I = {A ∈ F : µ(T −1 (A) ÷ A) = 0}. We call I the σ-algebra of T invariant (mod 0) sets. Note that every ψ : X → R, measurable with respect to I, is T -invariant (mod 0), namely ψ ◦ T = ψ on the complement of a set of measure µ equal to 0. Indeed let A = {x ∈ X : ψ(x) = ψ ◦ T (x)}, and suppose µ(A) > 0. Then there exists a ∈ R such that either A+ a = {x ∈ A : ψ(x) < a, ψ ◦ T (x) > a} or = {x ∈ A : ψ(x) > a, ψ ◦ T (x) < a} has positive µ-measure.

6) 0 ˜n ⊂ Let us recall that A = i=n πi−1 (Ci )). 3). , n. This is possible by Luzin’s Theorem. Then all T j (Pn ) are compact sets, in particular µ-measurable. Hence, each Qn := 0i=n πi−1 (T i−n (Pn )) belongs to FΠ,0 , in particular it is µΠ -measurable. ˜ n but need not be contained in X. ˜ To cope with this trouble, It is contained in X 0 −1 express A as AN = i=N πi (Ci )) for N arbitrarily large, setting Ci = X for i : N ≤ i < n. Then find QN for AN and εn = ε2−N −1 and finally set 1 This is a substantial assumption, being overlooked by some authors, see Notes at the end of this chapter.

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