On the Subadditivity of a Scaling Entropy Sequence
We prove that if a measure-preserving automorphism has a scaling entropy sequence, then this sequence can be chosen nondecreasing and subadditive.
KeywordsMeasure Space Steklov Mathematical Institute Nondecreasing Sequence Pure Point Spectrum Entropy Sequence
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