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Is a continuous functional of Q. So let j^(co) = £p-{e*}, and it suffices to show that i/f(to) is continuous almost everywhere with respect to Q measure for an arbitrary stationary Q. To show this, it suffices to show that if a)n —»to in ft, then P^ ^> P^. , (0) and hence P^ ^ PO>- It remains to observe that, for all stationary processes Q, Q{o>: to has a jump at 0} = 0. The convexity of H(Q) follows from (10,12) when we note that H(Q) is the supremum of a collection of linear functionals of Q.

Proof. E(£l)<= Ms(Cl) be the subset of Ms(£l) consisting of the ergodic measures. ME(fl) is the set of extremals of Ms(fl). It follows from an argument of Oxtoby [11] that there exist a subset ft0c=ft which is ^o°° measurable and a ^o°° measurable map TT^: fto —>ME(ty with the following properties: O(ft0) = 1 for all QeMs(fl) and Q{o>: ir« = Q}= 1 for all QME(fl). d. of Q given &Q°°. d. can always be selected so that it is jointly measurable in Q and w. We define the desired ^ by R^ = R^, o>).

3) lies in G for t >0 and x(f) -*• x as t —» <*>. 2) is assumed to be continuous on dG. 3) with a very high probability. In the limit the deterministic trajectory does not exit at all from the set G, so that the exit time and exit place are not defined. We need a new formulation to calculate the limit of the hitting distribution on dG as e —>0. For each 0 < T < o° we define and The following lemmas are elementary and are proved directly from the definitions. 1. 2. <£(x, y) is jointly continuous in x and Proof.

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