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Title: Introduction to the KPT correspondence 2 (of 3).
Lecturer: Lionel Ngyuen Van Thé.
Date: November 16, 2016.
Main Topics: Computing universal minimal flows, , why precompactness is important.
Definitions: Minimal flow, universal flow, Logic action, -equivariant.
Lecture 1 – Lecture 2 – Lecture 3
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