Category Archives: functional analysis

Convex cones and the Hilbert metric

Having spent some time discussing spectral methods and coupling techniques as tools for studying the statistical properties of dynamical systems, we turn now to a third approach, based on convex cones and the Hilbert metric. This post is based on … Continue reading

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Function spaces and compactness

In the last two posts on spectral methods in dynamics, we’ve used (both explicitly and implicitly) a number of results and a good deal of intuition on function spaces. It seems worth discussing these a little more at length, as … Continue reading

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