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# O(X,Y) the following conditions are O(X, Y), i.e., G is ergodic;

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# O(X,Y) the following conditions are O(X, Y), i.e., G is ergodic;

DOI link for O(X,Y) the following conditions are O(X, Y), i.e., G is ergodic;

O(X,Y) the following conditions are O(X, Y), i.e., G is ergodic; book

Edition 1st Edition

First Published 2004

Imprint CRC Press

Pages 3

eBook ISBN 9780429223976

## ABSTRACT

G = G1 + (1 - )G2 Pse(X × Y) = ex Ps(X × Y). Since this is a proper convex combination of measures in Ps(X×Y), we have G1 = G2 = G for Pse(X). Hence G1 = G2 = G (mod Pse(X)). Therefore, (2) holds.