, Volume 30, Issue 3, pp 193-206

If a finite extension of a Bernoulli shift has no finite rotation factors, it is Bernoulli

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Abstract

We show here that a finite extension of a Bernoulli shift either has a finite rotation factor or is Bernoulli. The proof lifts to this more general case the “nesting” technique we used previously to prove this for two point extensions.

This work was supported by the Miller Institute for Basic Research.