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Comment on New polynomial and multidimensional extensions of classical partition results by Evan Minasian
https://joelmoreira.wordpress.com/2015/01/28/new-polynomial-and-multidimensional-extensions-of-classical-partition-results/#comment-1200
Thu, 23 Aug 2018 02:44:02 +0000http://joelmoreira.wordpress.com/?p=541#comment-1200magnificent points altogether, you just won brand new reader. What could you suggest in regards to your post that you just made a few days in the past? Any positive?
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Comment on Weak Mixing by A viewpoint on Katai’s orthogonality criterion | I Can't Believe It's Not Random!
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Sat, 21 Jul 2018 04:06:25 +0000http://joelmoreira.wordpress.com/?p=308#comment-1176[…] was the protagonist of a survey Vitaly Bergelson and I wrote and has been mentioned repeatedly in this blog. In fact one can prove both results (Katai’s orthogonality criterion and van der […]
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Comment on Equidistribution of polynomials, recurrence and van der Corput trick by A viewpoint on Katai’s orthogonality criterion | I Can't Believe It's Not Random!
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Sat, 21 Jul 2018 04:06:22 +0000http://joelmoreira.wordpress.com/?p=185#comment-1175[…] Ramsey theory, was the protagonist of a survey Vitaly Bergelson and I wrote and has been mentioned repeatedly in this blog. In fact one can prove both results (Katai’s orthogonality criterion and van der […]
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Comment on Alternative proofs of two classical lemmas by A viewpoint on Katai’s orthogonality criterion | I Can't Believe It's Not Random!
https://joelmoreira.wordpress.com/2015/04/12/alternative-proofs-of-two-classical-lemmas/#comment-1174
Sat, 21 Jul 2018 04:06:19 +0000http://joelmoreira.wordpress.com/?p=588#comment-1174[…] ergodic Ramsey theory, was the protagonist of a survey Vitaly Bergelson and I wrote and has been mentioned repeatedly in this blog. In fact one can prove both results (Katai’s orthogonality criterion […]
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Comment on Proof of Roth’s Theorem using Ergodic Theory by A viewpoint on Katai’s orthogonality criterion | I Can't Believe It's Not Random!
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Sat, 21 Jul 2018 04:06:14 +0000http://joelmoreira.wordpress.com/?p=236#comment-1173[…] statement of Theorem 2 is reminiscent of the van der Corput trick, which is a ubiquitous tool in the fields of uniform distribution and ergodic Ramsey theory, was […]
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Comment on Factors and joinings of measure preserving systems by Entropy of measure preserving systems | I Can't Believe It's Not Random!
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Thu, 07 Jun 2018 00:52:42 +0000http://joelmoreira.wordpress.com/?p=423#comment-1146[…] notion of isomorphism in the category of measure preserving systems (defined, for instance, in this earlier post) is fairly flexible, as it allows measure perturbations. For instance, the system where is the […]
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Comment on Ergodic Decomposition by Inaugural post: Three different entropies, variational principle and the degree formula. – That Can't Be Right
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Mon, 04 Jun 2018 12:23:58 +0000http://joelmoreira.wordpress.com/?p=366#comment-1145[…] $mu in M(T,X)$ for which $T^{-1}A = A Rightarrow mu(A) in { 0, 1 }$. It relies on the ergodic decomposition theorem which I hope to cover in a subsequent […]
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Comment on Ergodic Decomposition by Three different entropies, variational principle and the degree formula. – Blog Tigle goes here
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Tue, 29 May 2018 09:31:02 +0000http://joelmoreira.wordpress.com/?p=366#comment-1144[…] $mu in M(T,X)$ for which $T^{-1}A = A Rightarrow mu(A) in { 0, 1 }$. It relies on the ergodic decomposition theorem which we have not […]
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Comment on Disintegration of measures by Jc
https://joelmoreira.wordpress.com/2013/09/08/disintegration-of-measures/#comment-1143
Sun, 20 May 2018 07:11:31 +0000http://joelmoreira.wordpress.com/?p=360#comment-1143I’m wondering, sir- can one define a measure using disintegration of measure if one has a random variable X with measure \mu and a pushforward via f? In other words, if there is no uncertainty conditioned on X (or Dirac measure supported on f(X) if you will, can you rigorously constrict a measure via disintegration of measure? If so, how? I’ve been trying to figure this out with no avail.
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Comment on Sets of nice recurrence by Optimal intersectivity | I Can't Believe It's Not Random!
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Thu, 26 Apr 2018 09:55:52 +0000http://joelmoreira.wordpress.com/?p=323#comment-1136[…] than being infinite . Something one can not hope for is that the set has positive density, as showed in my previous post, using Forest’s theorem that not all sets of recurrence are sets of nice […]
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