CONTENTSPart I §1. Introduction §2. Prerequisites from ergodic theory §3. Basic properties of the characteristic exponents of dynamical systems §4. Properties of local stable manifoldsPart II §5. The entropy of smooth dynamical systems §6. “Measurable foliations”. Description of the π-partition §7. Ergodicity of a diffeomorphism with non-zero exponents on a set of positive measure. The K-property §8. The Bernoullian property §9. Flows §10. Geodesic flows on closed Riemannian manifolds without focal pointsReferences.
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