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5 Let h be a function of bounded variation on the

on the right . Let g be a function defined on ( a , b ) such that the Lebesgue -

Stieltjes integral I = Såg ( s ) dh ( s ) exists . Let f be a continuous increasing

function ...

5 Let h be a function of bounded variation on the

**interval**( a , b ) and continuouson the right . Let g be a function defined on ( a , b ) such that the Lebesgue -

Stieltjes integral I = Såg ( s ) dh ( s ) exists . Let f be a continuous increasing

function ...

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For a 20 let A ( Q ) be the average on the

semi - group ( T ( t ) , o St } which is assumed to be strongly integrable on every

finite

( Q ) ...

For a 20 let A ( Q ) be the average on the

**interval**[ 0 , a ] of the one parametersemi - group ( T ( t ) , o St } which is assumed to be strongly integrable on every

finite

**interval**. Suppose also that T ( n ) ( 1 ) lim r 0 , X e X ; n n - 00 0 < Ok ; ( 2 ) A( Q ) ...

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Rev. 9 , 448 ( 1948 ) . Milne , W. E. 1 . The behavior of a boundary value problem

as the

. 2 . On the degree of convergence of expansions in an infinite

Rev. 9 , 448 ( 1948 ) . Milne , W. E. 1 . The behavior of a boundary value problem

as the

**interval**becomes infinite . Trans . Amer . Math . Soc . 30 , 797-802 ( 1928 ). 2 . On the degree of convergence of expansions in an infinite

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### Contents

Preliminary Concepts | 1 |

The VitaliHahnSaks Theorem and Spaces of Measures | 7 |

B Topological Preliminaries | 10 |

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