Textbooks on statistical mechanics usually discuss ergodicity only by words, without presenting any quantitative analysis (equations).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

On the other hand, serious discussions of ergodicity are usually written in a mathematically highly rigorous form, which is difficult to comprehend by physicists who are not mathematicians.

I would like to learn more about ergodicity at a level somewhere between those two. I would like something which contains equations, but is adjusted to physicists, not mathematicians. Can someone recommend an appropriate paper or a book?

Thanks!

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# Ergodicity for physicists

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