branch of mathematics that studies dynamical systems
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- Ergodic theory is a mathematical subject that studies the statistical properties of deterministic dynamical systems. It is a combination of several branches of pure mathematics, such as measure theory, functional analysis, topology, and geometry, and it also has applications in a variety of fields in science and engineering, as a branch of applied mathematics.