 By Yuichiro Kakihara

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Example 16 (Markov shifts). Consider a finite scheme (Xo,p) and the inifinite product space X = XQ with the shift S as in Example 14. , my > 0, Yl mij = 1 for 1 < i, j < £, and m = (mi,... j=l , mi) t be a probability distribution such that Yl mifnij = rrij for 1 < j < £. For each i,j, i=l rriij indicates the transition probability from the state dj to the state aj and the row vector m is fixed by M in the sense that m M = m. We always assume that mi > 0 for every i = 1,... ,£. Now we define /z0 on SDT, the set of all cylinder sets, by Mo([a»0 •••«»„]) =miomioi1 ■■■min_lin.

MH(S) for m > 1. If S is invertible, then H(Sm) = 24 Chapter I: Entropy In order to state the Kolmogorov-Sinai Theorem we need the following two lem­ mas, which involve uniform integrability and Martingale Convergence Theorem. Lemma 8. // 2Jn t 2) and 21 € V(X), where 2J„ 's and 2J are cr-subalgebras of X, then [ sup/(2l|2J n )<^l Proof Let / = sup J(2l|2J„) and F(t) = fi([f > t]) for t > 0, where [f > t] = {x € n>l Jf : f{x) > i). )„) e~4] for n > 2.

Note that T(fi) is a group with the product of pointwise multiplication, where the complex conjugate / is the inverse of / € T(/i). We identify the circle group C = {z G C : \z\ = 1} with the constant functions of T(n), so that C C T(n), where C is the complex number field. e. imply f(x) = g(x) for every x G X. This is due to the existence of a lifting on L°°(fi) (cf. Tulcea and Tulcea ). Let us define a function ip^ on T(/i) by That! n vM) = / fdn, /er(/x). Jx Then the following is a basic.