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Szemer├ędi Theorem Part VI – Dichotomy between weak mixing and compact extension

This is the sixth and final post in a series about Szemerédi’s theorem. In this post I complete the proof of the Multiple Recurrence Theorem, which I showed in a previous post of this series to be equivalent to Szemerédi’s … Continue reading

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Factors and joinings of measure preserving systems

The joining of two measure preserving systems is a third measure preserving system that has the two original systems as factors. In analogy with classical arithmetic, using joinings it is possible to have a notion of a common multiple of … Continue reading

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