Spectral multiplicities of infinite measure preserving transformations
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Each set E ⊂ ℕ is realized as the set of essential values of the multiplicity function of the Koopman operator for an ergodic conservative infinite measure preserving transformation.
Key wordsergodic transformation σ-finite measure spectral multiplicity
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