Strong uniform distributions and ergodic theorems
Abstract: Let and be locally compact -compact abelian groups, a mapping from to , and a sequence of measures on . We define the notions: `` is a uniform distribution with respect ot '' and `` is a strong uniform distribution". We give a number of examples of these notions and derive some general individual ergodic theorems for measure-preserving transformations with discrete spectrum.
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