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CHAPTER III Integration and

CHAPTER III Integration and

**Set Functions**1. Finitely Additive**Set Functions**In contrast to the terms real function , complex function , etc. , where the ...Page 96

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**set function**u defined on a family t of sets is said to be additive or finitely additive if ( d ) 0 and M ( A , U AZ ... U An ) = u ( A2 ) + M ( A2 ) + .Page 184

We shall denote by & the family of all sets in the Cartesian product S = S , X .. ... Then there is a unique additive

We shall denote by & the family of all sets in the Cartesian product S = S , X .. ... Then there is a unique additive

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