Flat surfaces, Bratteli diagrams and unique ergodicity à la Masur
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Recalling the construction of a flat surface from a Bratteli diagram, this paper considers the dynamics of the shift map on the space of all bi-infinite Bratteli diagrams as the renormalizing dynamics on a moduli space of flat surfaces of finite area. A criterion of unique ergodicity similar to that of Masur’s for flat surface holds: if there is a subsequence of the renormalizing dynamical system which has a good accumulation point, the translation flow or Bratteli–Vershik transformation is uniquely ergodic. Related questions are explored.
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