Measure and Measurable Dynamics: Proceedings of a Conference by R. Daniel Mauldin, Rae Michael Shortt, Cesar E. Silva

By R. Daniel Mauldin, Rae Michael Shortt, Cesar E. Silva

Dorothy Maharam Stone's (1917-) contributions to operators and degree algebras has had a profound impression in this sector of analysis. Her occupation, which has spanned approximately part a century, contains forty examine guides, a few of them as fresh as 1987. A Ph.D. scholar of Anna Pell Wheeler at Bryn Mawr university, Stone has been an lively strength in arithmetic learn and diverse expert activities.This quantity includes the complaints of the convention on degree and Measurable Dynamics, held in honor of Stone on the collage of Rochester in September 1987. The papers during this assortment characterize contributions from a number of the most sensible specialists during this box. Stone's paintings is surveyed in a few articles which spotlight her foundational effects pertaining to confident operators, the characterization of homo-geneous degree algebras, and disintegrations. additionally, there are study papers in ergodic conception, degree conception, descriptive set concept, and the dynamics of measurable maps. the various ends up in those papers are without delay with regards to Stone's paintings

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