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Pressure Inequalities for Gibbs Measures of Countable Markov Shifts

@inproceedings{Ruhr2020PressureIF,
  title={Pressure Inequalities for Gibbs Measures of Countable Markov Shifts},
  author={Ren'e Ruhr},
  year={2020}
}
. We provide a quantification of the uniqueness of Gibbs measure for topologically mixing countable Markov shifts with locally H¨older continuous potentials. Corol- laries for speed of convergence for approximation by finite subsystems are also given. 

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