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On stationary measures and random walks on tori.

Discrete Rigidity Phenomena in Additive Combinatorics
November 05, 2008 11:15 AM to 12:00 PM

Speakers:
Lindenstrauss, Elon

VMath - The Next Generation for Math Lectures on Streaming Video

Abstract:

I will describe joint work with Bourgain, Furman and Mozes on
equidistribution of random walk by applying randomly one of finitely
many integer matrices on the torus. I will also mention the recent
work of Benoit-Quint and compare the two methods

Lecture #12995

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