Ergodic Theory 2020 (UFMG)

I prepared these notes for lecturing Ergodic Theory (PhD level) in the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), during 2020. I haven't revised them completely so they most likely contain mistakes, but still they may have some useful parts: in any case, proceed with caution. 

For the course, I've assumed some familiarity with abstract measure theory and functional analysis, but not with dynamical systems. My audience were (typically first year) specialists in either Dynamics or Probability, so I've tried to cover topics of common interest in these two areas.


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