skew product

skew product

[′skyü ‚präd·əkt]
(mathematics)
A multiplicative operation or structure induced upon a Cartesian product of sets, where each has some algebraic structure.
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Some topics considered are stochastic dynamics related to the Plancherel measure on partitions, skew products and Livsic theory, and transverse properties of dynamical systems.
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Next-generation systems geared toward high-speed Internet communications are more complex and require greater performance than current clock skew products can deliver.