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Thus d2 dụ is

Thus d2 dụ is

**defined**u - almost everywhere by the formula ( . ... is a field ( resp . o - field ) of sets in S. For an additive set function μ , on Σ , the equation μ , ( φ - 1 ( Ε ) ) = 12 ( E )**defines**an additive set function My on ...Page 240

It is evident that if we

It is evident that if we

**define**the set function u on E by placing u ( E ) = = 0 ... The space B ( S ) is**defined**for an arbitrary set S and consists of all bounded scalar functions on S. The norm is given by sup \ | ( s ) ] . SES - 14.Page 241

**defined**on the o - field B of all Borel sets in S. The norm lul is the total variation v ( u , S ) . 18. The space L , ( S , E , u ) is**defined**for any real number p , 13p < 0 , and any positive measure space ( S , E , u ) .### What people are saying - Write a review

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