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JON AARONSON'S RECENT PREPRINTS

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J. Aaronson, H. Nakada,
O. Sarig, R. Solomyak
Invariant measures and asymptotics for some skew
products(as in Israel J.
Math. 128 (2002), 93--134.)
Corrections to
"Invariant measures and asymptotics for
some skew products" (as in Israel J. Math.138 (2003), 377--379).
J. Aaronson, M. Denker
Group extensions of Gibbs-Markov maps(as in PTRF, 123 (2002),
38--40)
J. Aaronson,
O. Sarig, R. Solomyak
Tail-invariant measures for some suspension semiflows(as in
DCDS 8 (2002), 725--735)
J. Aaronson, H. Nakada
Trimmed sums for non-negative, mixing stationary processes.
(Replaces "Sums without Maxima") (as in SPA 104 (2003),
173--192)
J. Aaronson, B. Weiss
On Herman's theorem for ergodic, amenable group
extensions of
endomorphisms (as in ETDS 24 (2004), 1283--1293)
Jon Aaronson, Manfred Denker, Omri Sarig, Roland Zweimueller
Aperiodicity of cocycles and conditional local limit theorems
(as in Stoch. Dyn. 4 (2004), 31--62)
Jon Aaronson, Hitoshi Nakada, Omri Sarig,
Exchangeable measures for subshifts(as in AIHP Probab. Statist. 42 (2006), no. 6, 727--751)
Jon Aaronson, Max Thaler, Roland Zweimueller
Occupation times of sets of infinite measure for ergodic transformations
(as in ETDS 25 (2005), 959--976)
Jon Aaronson, Hitoshi Nakada,
On the mixing coefficients of piecewise monotonic maps.
(as in: Probability in mathematics. Israel J. Math. 148 (2005), 1--10)
J. Aaronson, M. Lemanczyk,
Exactness of Rokhlin endomorphisms and weak mixing of Poisson boundaries.(as in Algebraic and topological dynamics, 77--87, Contemp. Math., 385, Amer. Math. Soc., Providence, RI, 2005.)
Jon Aaronson, Hitoshi Nakada,
Exchangeable, Gibbs and equilibrium measures for
Markov subshifts(as in ETDS 27 (2007), no. 2, 321-339)
Jon Aaronson, Tom Meyerovitch,
Absolutely continuous, invariant measures
for dissipative, ergodic transformations(as in Colloq. Math. 110 (2008), no. 1, 193--199)
Jon Aaronson, Kyewon Koh Park,Predictability, entropy and information of infinite transformations( as in Fund. Math. 206 (2009), 1--21)
Jon Aaronson, Relative Complexity of random walks in random sceneries(as in Ann. Probab. Volume 40, Number 6 (2012), 2460-2482.)
Jon Aaronson, Roland Zweimuller Limit theory for some positive, stationary processes(as in AIHP Probab. Stat. 50 (2014), no. 1, 256--284.)
Jon Aaronson, Rational weak mixing in infinite measure spaces(as in ETDS 33 (2013), no. 6, 1611--1643.)
Jon Aaronson, Omri Sarig,
Exponential chi-squared distributions in infinite ergodic theory(as in ETDS 34 (2014), no. 3, 705--724.)
Jon Aaronson, Maryam Hosseini & Mariusz Lemanczyk
IP-rigidity and eigenvalue groups(as in ETDS 34 (2014), no. 4, 1057--1076.)
Jon Aaronson, Conditions for rational weak mixing(as in Stochastics and Dynamics (2016) 16, no. 2 )
Jon Aaronson, Zemer Kosloff, Benjamin Weiss
Symmetric Birkhoff sums in infinite ergodic theory(as in ETDS 37 (2017) 2394-2416.)
Jon Aaronson, Hitoshi Nakada,
On multiple recurrence and other properties of ``nice"
infinite measure preserving transformations.( as in ETDS. 37 (2017) 1345-1368.)
Jon Aaronson, Michael Bromberg, Hitoshi Nakada,
Discrepancy Skew Products and Affine Random Walks. (as in Isr.J.Math.221 (2017) 973-1010.)
Jon Aaronson, Benjamin Weiss,
Distributional limits of positive, ergodic stationary processes and infinite ergodic transformations.(as in AIHP Prob. Stat.
54, 2 (2018), 879-906.)
Jon Aaronson, Michael Bromberg, Nishant Chandgotia,
Rational ergodicity of Step function Skew Products.
(as in J. Mod. Dyn 13 (2018) 1-42.) Jon Aaronson, Dalia Terhesiu,
Local limit theorems for suspended semiflows.(as in DCDS-A, 40, 12, (2020) 6575--6609)
Jon Aaronson, Benjamin Weiss,
On the bounded cohomology of ergodic group actions.(as in J. d'An. Math. vol. 141, (2020) 1-- 21)
Jon Aaronson, Toru Sera,
Tied-down occupation times of infinite ergodic transformations.(as in Isr.J.Math.251 (2022) 1-45.)
Jon Aaronson, Toru Sera,
Functional limits for "tied down" occupation time processes of infinite
ergodic transformations.
Jon Aaronson, Mahendra Nadkarni,
Dynamics of inner functions revisited.