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Representation theory, dynamical systems, and asymptotic combinatorics.

9780821842089

Representation theory, dynamical systems, and asymptotic combinatorics.

Ed. by V. Kaimanovich and A. Lodkin.

Amer. Mathematical Society

2006

246 pages

$109.00

Hardcover

American Mathematical Society. Translations: series 2, v.217

QA176

Fourteen papers from a June 2004 conference are collected here. Some topics considered are stochastic dynamics related to the Plancherel measure on partitions, skew products and Livsic theory, and transverse properties of dynamical systems. Other subjects examined include the Plancherel measure on shifted Young diagrams, results and problems in enveloping algebras arising from quantum groups, asymptotic behavior in the time synchronization model, stable densities and operators of fractional differentiation, and the distribution of ergodic sums for hyperbolic maps. The audience for the book includes graduate students and researchers in combinatorial and dynamical aspects of group representation theory. There is no subject index.

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