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scalar

chapter we shall only integrate bounded

discussion of the integral will be restricted to that case. Let X be a field of subsets

of a set ...

scalar

**function f**with respect to the operator valued set function E. In the presentchapter we shall only integrate bounded

**functions f**and so the followingdiscussion of the integral will be restricted to that case. Let X be a field of subsets

of a set ...

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which are well-known in the case

integration is with respect to Haar measure, as is generally the case, we write da

instead

some ...

which are well-known in the case

**of**Lebesgue measure on the line. Whenintegration is with respect to Haar measure, as is generally the case, we write da

instead

**of**A(dr). Throughout, we denote L,(R, 2, 2) by L,(R). To begin the study,some ...

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if

that the conclusion

+ oc) is replaced by the requirement that

if

**f**is**of**bounded variation in the neighborhood**of**ar. (Hint: Cf. IV.14.17.) 13 Showthat the conclusion

**of**Exercise 12 remains valid if the condition that**f**is in L1(–oo,+ oc) is replaced by the requirement that

**f**be in L2(–00, -i- oc). 14 Show that ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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