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Suppose $X$ and $Y$ are Polish spaces each endowed with Borel probability measures $\mu$ and $\nu$.
We call these Polish probability spaces.
We say a map $\phi$ is a

*nearly continuous*if there are measurable subsets $X_0\subseteq X$ and $Y_0\subseteq Y$, each of full measure, and $\phi:X_0\to Y_0$ is measure-preserving and continuous in the relative topologies on these subsets. We show that this is a natural context to study morphisms between ergodic homeomorphisms of Polish probability spaces. In previous work such maps have been called*almost continuous*or*finitary*. We propose the name*measured topological dynamics*for this area of study. Suppose one has measure-preserving and ergodic maps $T$ and $S$ acting on $X$ and $Y$ respectively. Suppose $\phi$ is a measure-preserving bijection defined between subsets of full measure on these two spaces. Our main result is that such a $\phi$ can always be*regularized*in the following sense. Both $T$ and $S$ have full groups ($FG(T)$ and $FG(S)$) consisting of those measurable bijections that carry a point to a point on the same orbit. We will show that there exists $f\in FG(T)$ and $h\in FG(S)$ so that $h\phi f$ is nearly continuous. This comes close to giving an alternate proof of the result of del Junco and Şahin, that any two measure-preserving ergodic homeomorphisms of nonatomic Polish probability spaces are continuously orbit equivalent on invariant $G_\delta$ subsets of full measure. One says $T$ and $S$ are evenly Kakutani equivalent if one has an orbit equivalence $\phi$ which restricted to some subset is a conjugacy of the induced maps. Our main result implies that any such measurable Kakutani equivalence can be regularized to a Kakutani equivalence that is nearly continuous. We describe a natural nearly continuous analogue of Kakutani equivalence and prove it strictly stronger than Kakutani equivalence. To do this we introduce a concept of nearly unique ergodicity.## Year of publication

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