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E , u ) and ( T , ET , 2 ) . Let E be a g - null set in R . Then for 2 - almost all t , the

set E ( t ) = { s ( s , t ) € E } is a u - null set . Proof . By

assumed ...

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**LEMMA**. Let ( R , ER , Q ) be the product of finite measure spaces ( S ,E , u ) and ( T , ET , 2 ) . Let E be a g - null set in R . Then for 2 - almost all t , the

set E ( t ) = { s ( s , t ) € E } is a u - null set . Proof . By

**Lemma**11 it may beassumed ...

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1 Definition. A set K Q X is convex ifx,ye K, and 0 ^ a ^ 1, imply ax-\-(l — a)y e K.

The following

intersection of an arbitrary family of convex subsets of the linear space X is

convex.

1 Definition. A set K Q X is convex ifx,ye K, and 0 ^ a ^ 1, imply ax-\-(l — a)y e K.

The following

**lemma**is an obvious consequence of Definition 1. 2**Lemma**. Theintersection of an arbitrary family of convex subsets of the linear space X is

convex.

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, . . . , tx > 0 } be a strongly measurable semi - group of operators in L ( S , E , u )

with T ( , . . . , tx ) li = 1 , \ T ( , . . . , txllo S 1 . Let 1 sp < 0 , f e Lp , and f * ( s ) = sup

...

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**LEMMA**. Let ( S , E , u ) be a positive measure space and let { T ( 4 , . . . , tk ) , t, . . . , tx > 0 } be a strongly measurable semi - group of operators in L ( S , E , u )

with T ( , . . . , tx ) li = 1 , \ T ( , . . . , txllo S 1 . Let 1 sp < 0 , f e Lp , and f * ( s ) = sup

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Preliminary Concepts | 1 |

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