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In this paper we develop the theory of polymorphisms of measure
spaces, which is a generalization of the theory of measure-preserving
transformations. We describe the main notions
and discuss relations to the theory of Markov processes,
operator theory, ergodic theory, etc. We formulate the important
notion of quasi-similarity and consider quasi-similarity
between polymorphisms and automorphisms.

The question is as follows: is it possible to have a quasi-similarity between a measure-preserving automorphism $T$ and a polymorphism $\Pi$ (that is not an automorphism)? In less definite terms: what kind of equivalence can exist between deterministic and random (Markov) dynamical systems? We give the answer: every nonmixing prime polymorphism is quasi-similar to an automorphism with positive entropy, and every $K$-automorphism $T$ is quasi-similar to a polymorphism $\Pi$ that is a special random perturbation of the automorphism $T$.

The question is as follows: is it possible to have a quasi-similarity between a measure-preserving automorphism $T$ and a polymorphism $\Pi$ (that is not an automorphism)? In less definite terms: what kind of equivalence can exist between deterministic and random (Markov) dynamical systems? We give the answer: every nonmixing prime polymorphism is quasi-similar to an automorphism with positive entropy, and every $K$-automorphism $T$ is quasi-similar to a polymorphism $\Pi$ that is a special random perturbation of the automorphism $T$.

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