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The Department of Statistics and Operations Research The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill STOR Colloquium Monday, March 19th, 2018 120 Hanes Hall 3:30pm Terry Soo University of Kansas ISOMORPHISMS IN PROBABILITY AND ERGODIC THEORY Two measure-preserving systems are isomorphic if there exists a measure-preserving bijection between them that respects the dynamics of the systems. Kolmogorov (1958) showed that Shannon entropy is an isomorphism invariant for independent and identically distributed systems, and Ornstein (1970) showed…Find out more »