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The weighted pointwise ergodic theorem and the individual ergodic theorem along subsequences. (English) Zbl 0619.47004
The principal object of this work is to give an extensive coherent treatment of ergodic theorems for weighted averages and ergodic theorems along subsequences. In other words, the authors study the question for which sequences $(a\sb k)$ of complex numbers and for which operators in $L\sb p$ the averages (1/n)$\sum\sp{n}\sb{0}a\sb kT\sp kf$ converge a.e. for all $f\in L\sb p$. A related question is for which strictly increasing sequences $(n\sb k)$ of integers the averages (1/n)$\sum\sp{n}\sb{0}T\sp{n\sb k}f$ converge a.e. The paper also contains a number of new results, and suggests further avenues of research.
Reviewer: U.Krengel

47A35Ergodic theory of linear operators
28D05Measure-preserving transformations
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