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2016

2016

In our previous paper (Tirpáková and Markechová in Adv. Differ. Equ. 2015:171, 2015), we presented fuzzy analogies of Mesiar’s… Expand

2014

2014

In [11], employing the technique of noncommutative interpolation, a maximal ergodic theorem in noncommutative Lp-spaces, 1 < p… Expand

2009

2009

Abstract In this paper, we give a new proof of a result of R. Jones showing almost everywhere convergence of spherical means of… Expand

2009

2009

We provide an elementary proof of Y. Peres' lemma on the existence in certain dynamical systems of what we term heavy points… Expand

2006

2006

We give a short proof of a strengthening of the Maximal Ergodic Theorem which also immediately yields the Pointwise Ergodic… Expand

1999

1999

In this paper we prove maximal ergodic theorem and a pointwise convergence theorem. Our result is to prove the convergence of Bn… Expand

Highly Cited

1988

Highly Cited

1988

It is shown that the set of squares {n2|n=1, 2,…} or, more generally, sets {nt|n=1, 2,…},t a positive integer, satisfies the… Expand

1983

1983

A new proof of the maximal ergodic theorem is presented. The same idea used in this proof is then used to show that the Hardy… Expand

1966

1966

Introduction. The purpose of this paper is to extend various known results in operator ergodic theory to give a direct approach… Expand

1963

1963

Abstract : The powerful and ingenious method of Chacon and Ornstein (Illinois J. Math. 4:153-160 (1960)), later simplified by E… Expand