## Linear Operators, Part 1 |

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The measure of Lebesgue in an interval [ a , b ] of real numbers may be defined

as the Lebesgue extension of the

measurable sets in [ a , b ] are the sets in the Lebesgue extension ( relative to

The measure of Lebesgue in an interval [ a , b ] of real numbers may be defined

as the Lebesgue extension of the

**Borel**measure in [ a , b ] . The Lebesguemeasurable sets in [ a , b ] are the sets in the Lebesgue extension ( relative to

**Borel**...Page 634

Since p ( E ) is open if E is open , it follows immediately that p ( E ) is a

E is a

III.11.9 ) , we have S **** Xp ( E ) ( s , t ) ds dt = ZE ( 8–1 ) dsdt St * S ** Xe ( s ...

Since p ( E ) is open if E is open , it follows immediately that p ( E ) is a

**Borel**set ifE is a

**Borel**set . Now let E be a**Borel**set of measure zero . By Fubini's theorem (III.11.9 ) , we have S **** Xp ( E ) ( s , t ) ds dt = ZE ( 8–1 ) dsdt St * S ** Xe ( s ...

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( See also Boolean ring ) definition , ( 43 ) properties , ( 44 ) representation of , (

44 ) Boolean ring , definition , ( 40 ) representation of , 1.12.1 ( 41 )

sets , definition , II1.5.10 - ( 137 )

( See also Boolean ring ) definition , ( 43 ) properties , ( 44 ) representation of , (

44 ) Boolean ring , definition , ( 40 ) representation of , 1.12.1 ( 41 )

**Borel**field ofsets , definition , II1.5.10 - ( 137 )

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### Contents

Preliminary Concepts | 1 |

The VitaliHahnSaks Theorem and Spaces of Measures | 7 |

B Topological Preliminaries | 10 |

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