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Pt)-Bernoulli shift. Since 21 = {[xo = «i], • • • , [^o = ai]} oo is a finite partition of X and Sn2l = X by definition, we have by Theorem 10 V n=—oo and Lemma 5 (2) that H(s) = Hm,s) = hm iff(Vs-fcsa). n->oo n \ fc=o / Now V S~fc2l = {[x 0 • • • x„_i] : Xj € X0, 0 < j < n - l} and hence F(Vs-*2l)== - ^ p([x0---xn_1])logp([x0---xn_1]) 5Z p([xo---x n _i])logp([x 0 ])---p([x n _ 1 ]) XO,-" i^n — l€-Xo = - 5 Z M ( W ) logp([x 0 ]) ^2 a:oG-Xo aJn —i€-Xo = nH{%) since /i([fflj']) = p(aj) — Pj f° r 1 < J < n.

Let (X, X) be a measurable space. P(X) and V{X) are the same as before. Let 2J be a cr-subalgebra of X and take n, v G P(X). t. >(A)log^:ag7>®)f. (6 0 where V(JQ) is the set of all finite 2J-measurable partitions of X. t. v. Note that the relative entropy is defined for any pair of probability measures. The following lemma is obvious. gg Chapter I: Entropy Lemma 1. Let n,v e P(X) and 2Ji,2)2 be a-subalgebras. (1) H(IJI\V) > 0; H{p\v) = 0&fi = v. u, relative entropy has an integral form as is shown in the following.

Implies ¥>(l) = / (*- 7) »(dx) = 1, JG so that 7 = 1The assertion about the Haar measure is obvious. Corollary 14. Every probability measure fi is conjugate to a regular Borel measure v on a compact abelian group. Proof-. (r(/i),<^M) is an algebraic model for \i and also an algebraic model for a regular Borel measure i / o n a compact abelian group G. We invoke Theorem 11 to obtain conjugacy between /x and v. Theorem 15. Let (X,X,ii) be a probability measure space. Then /i is conjugate to a Haar measure X on a compact abelian group G iff there is a group Ti C T(fi) which is a CONS ( = complete orthonormal system) of L2(n).