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The same use of functionals proves the Cauchy integral

da . 2ni JBQ - 2 where z is a point of the bounded open set U whose boundary B

consists of a finite number of closed rectifiable Jordan curves oriented in the ...

The same use of functionals proves the Cauchy integral

**formula**: 1 f ( Q ) f ( z ) .da . 2ni JBQ - 2 where z is a point of the bounded open set U whose boundary B

consists of a finite number of closed rectifiable Jordan curves oriented in the ...

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U2 , ... , Un . Just as in the classical one variable case we can prove , using this

Cauchy integral

of Weierstrass : Let In be a uniformly bounded sequence of vector valued ...

U2 , ... , Un . Just as in the classical one variable case we can prove , using this

Cauchy integral

**formula**in several variables , the following convergence theoremof Weierstrass : Let In be a uniformly bounded sequence of vector valued ...

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There exists a corresponding Wiener - integral

more general parabolic initial value problem . a 1 22 F ( x , t ) = F ( x , t ) + V ( x , t )

F ( x , t ) , t 20 ; at 4 2x2 F ( x , 0 ) = f ( x ) , V being a given coefficient function .

There exists a corresponding Wiener - integral

**formula**for the solution F of themore general parabolic initial value problem . a 1 22 F ( x , t ) = F ( x , t ) + V ( x , t )

F ( x , t ) , t 20 ; at 4 2x2 F ( x , 0 ) = f ( x ) , V being a given coefficient function .

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Preliminary Concepts | 1 |

The VitaliHahnSaks Theorem and Spaces of Measures | 7 |

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