New PDF release: An introduction to the theory of superfluidity

By Isaac M. Khalatnikov, Isaac Markovich Khalatnikov

ISBN-10: 0738203009

ISBN-13: 9780738203003

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ITN-1 lim ** 1 rCPx) n=o providhd bath t h e l i m i t in t h e numerator and l i m i t in t h e denominator exist. If f and T were continuous, an ergodic theorem for ip would say that both numerrrtor and denominator exist f o r almost a l l 5 and a r e essentially independent of f o r t h e l i m i t on t h e l e f t . it approaches i n f i n i t y as x; t h e same would then follow Unfortunately, r x approaches (x) is not continuous; Z.

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It i s , on the other hand, hard t o verify in practical applications and non-trivi a l examples axe r e l a t i v e l y scarce. It i s a t t h i s time s t i l l too early t o decide whether Axiom A as it stands is too r e s t r i c t i v e t o apply t o cases of i n t e r e s t , but e i t h e r it o r some weakened version of it seems l i k e l y t o p l w en important r o l e i n future developments. It may be helpful t o note here one difference between hyperbolic fixed points and more general hyperbolic sets.

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