Mixing rates and limit theorems for random intermittent maps

Wael Bahsoun (Loughborough University)

Frank Adams Room 1, Alan Turing Building,

In this talk we present recent results on the statistical properties of random
intermittent maps that share a common neutral fixed point. We illustrate
how the constituent map that is fastest mixing dominates the asymptotic
properties of the random map. We establish sharp estimates on the position
of return time intervals for the quenched dynamics of the random system. This
allows us to prove limit theorems (CLT, stables laws) in the probabilistic case,
and to obtain correlation asymptotics in the infinite measure preserving case.
This is a joint work with Chris Bose (Victoria, Canada).

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