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Convolution of invariant measures, maximal entropy
  • K. Berg
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Mathematical systems theory
  • 1 June 1969
Introduction. Entropy is a numerical invariant attached to a quadruple (3, ~-, tz, T), where T is a measure-preserving transformation of the measure space (X, o~,/z) (/~ a probability). In this paperExpand
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Ethnic attitudes and agreement with a Negro person.
  • K. Berg
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of personality and social psychology
  • 1 August 1966
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Independence and additive entropy
The relationship between additive entropy and independence is worked out for ergodic transformations on a Lebesgue space. Examples are given on the behavior of the deterministic part of an ergodicExpand
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  • Open Access
A community psychologist as a liaison worker at a state hospital.
  • K. Berg
  • Medicine
  • Hospital & community psychiatry
  • 1 May 1976
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Quasi-disjointness in ergodic theory
We define and study a relationship, quasi-disjointness, between ergodic processes. A process is a measure-preserving transformation of a measure space onto itself, and ergodicity means that the spaceExpand
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Trust as a factor in working with residents of a black community.
  • K. Berg
  • Medicine
  • Hospital & community psychiatry
  • 1 August 1977
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Quasi-disjointness, products and inverse limits
  • K. Berg
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Mathematical systems theory
  • 1 March 1972
SummaryWe work within the class of ergodic measure-preserving transformations on probability spaces (called processes). Quasi-disjointness between two such objects has been defined in terms of theExpand
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