By Sergiy Kolyada, Yuri Manin, Thomas Ward, Iu. I. Manin

This quantity includes a selection of articles from the specified application on algebraic and topological dynamics and a workshop on dynamical platforms held on the Max-Planck Institute (Bonn, Germany). It displays the extreme power of dynamical platforms in its interplay with a vast variety of mathematical matters. issues lined within the ebook comprise asymptotic geometric research, transformation teams, mathematics dynamics, complicated dynamics, symbolic dynamics, statistical homes of dynamical structures, and the speculation of entropy and chaos. The publication is appropriate for graduate scholars and researchers attracted to dynamical structures

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The function l(ε ) := lim inf x→∞ F(x(1 + ε )) F(x) decreases in ε > 0, due to the monotonicity of F. 46) implies that there exists a positive δ such that l(ε ) ≤ 1 − 2δ for any ε > 0. Hence, for any positive integer n, we can find xn such that F(xn (1 + 1/n)) ≤ (1 − δ )F(xn ) Without loss of generality we may assume the sequence {xn } to be increasing. Now put h(x) = x/n for x ∈ [xn , xn+1 ). Then h(x) = o(x) as x → ∞. However, lim inf x→∞ F(x + h(x)) F(xn + h(xn )) ≤ lim inf n→∞ F(x) F(xn ) = lim inf n→∞ F(xn (1 + 1/n)) F(xn ) ≤ 1−δ, which contradicts the o(x)-insensitivity of F.

For the lognormal distribution, one can take h(x) = o(x/ ln x) in order to have h-insensitivity. For the 1−α ). Weibull distribution with parameter α ∈ (0, 1), one can √take h(x) = o(x In many practical situations, the class of so-called x-insensitive distributions – those which are h-insensitive for the function h(x) = x1/2 – is of special interest. Among these are intermediate regularly-varying distributions (in particular regularly-varying distributions), lognormal distributions and Weibull distributions with shape parameter α < 1/2.

In the case where we do not have h(x) < x/2 for all x, small variations are required to the above proof. If F is subexponential, then we may consider instead ˆ ˆ the function hˆ given by h(x) = min(h(x), x/2). 3) holds with h replaced by h, and so also in its original form. 4), which does not affect the argument. 6 implies that, as in the case of non-negative subexponential summands, the most probable way for large deviations of the sum ξ1 + ξ2 to occur is that one summand is small and the other is large; for (very) large x, the main contribution to the probability P{ξ1 + ξ2 > x} is made by the probabilities of the events {ξ1 + ξ2 > x, ξi ≤ h(x)} for i = 1, 2.