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Ll. 12. , "A measure associated with Axiom A attractors," Amer. J. Math. G. Sinai, Gibbs measures in ergodic theory, Russian Math. Surveys no. 4 (166), 1972, 21-64. 13. M. Rather, "The central limit theorem for geodesic flows on n-dlmenslonal manifolds of negative curvature, Israel J. Math. 16(1973), 181-197. 45 2. General Thermodynamic Formalism A. D we defined the number h (T,~) endomorphism of a probability space and We now define the entropy of ~ when T is an a finite measurable partition. t.

I'n(J~ -'n(oJ(w_))1 j=k Varr~ +Varr+l~ + ... + V a r r + l ~ + V a r r ~ <_ 2 Sinoe ~ E ~ A , vars~ < c~s ~o~ Varr(ulr ). So u ~. Vars~ . < 2c Z ~r - as is unlformly continuous on continuous u :~A=~ * R . Because ~a ~e(0,11 me -1-4 F a r . and therefore extends uniquely to a v a r ru = v a r r ( U "I F ,~ " ' EF , u(~ -u(~=~(~ and this equation extends to ~A by eontin~ty. u E SA . For 4S References For discussions of Gibbs' states and statistical mechanics we refer the reader to Ruelle's book [9] and Lanford [6] The definition of Gibbs state in statistical mechanics does not coincide with what we gave in section A.

9 (1968), 267-278. ll. 12. , "A measure associated with Axiom A attractors," Amer. J. Math. G. Sinai, Gibbs measures in ergodic theory, Russian Math. Surveys no. 4 (166), 1972, 21-64. 13. M. Rather, "The central limit theorem for geodesic flows on n-dlmenslonal manifolds of negative curvature, Israel J. Math. 16(1973), 181-197. 45 2. General Thermodynamic Formalism A. D we defined the number h (T,~) endomorphism of a probability space and We now define the entropy of ~ when T is an a finite measurable partition.

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