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 Title: Conformal Fractals: Ergodic Theory Methods
 Author(s) Feliks Przytycki, Mariusz UrbaĆski
 Publisher: Cambridge University Press (June 7, 2010); eBook (Preprint, 2009)
 Paperback: 366 pages
 eBook: PDF
 Language: English
 ASIN/ISBN10: 0521438004
 ISBN13: 9780521438001
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Book Description
This is a onestop introduction to the methods of Ergodic Theory applied to holomorphic iteration. Focus on the field of 1dimensional holomorphic iterations and underlying Fractal sets, from the point of view of geometric measure theory and rigidity.
About the Authors Feliks Przytycki is a Professor in the Institute of Mathematics at the Polish Academy of Sciences.
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