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moosmeier

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What are "extremal invariant measures"?
Posted: Sep 24, 2012 5:30 AM
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Currently, I'm researching in the field of interacting particle systems. In this context, I don't understand the terminus "extremal invariant measures".

Is anyone used to this expression or knows a definition?

Thank you very much!

PS: The relevant paper is the following: COX, J.T. and GREVEN, A.: On the Long Term Behavior of Some Finite Particle Systems. Probability Theory Related Fields 85, 1990, pp. 195-237. There you find the expression "extremal invariant measures" already in the summary.




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