This chapter studies the notion of measurable partition in detail. As far as we know, there exists no elementary treatise of this notion, and yet it plays an important role in ergodic theory. We have seen it play a role in Chap. 14 when we studied the decomposition of a transformation into ergodic components.
Measurable Function Lebesgue Space Countable Family Symmetric Difference Elementary Treatise
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