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Then the function u with domain 2 * is known as the

Then the function u with domain 2 * is known as the

**Lebesgue**extension of u . The o - field * is known as the**Lebesgue**extension ( relative to u ) of the o - field E , and the measure space ( S , E * , u ) is the**Lebesgue**extension of ...Page 218

Let f be a vector valued

Let f be a vector valued

**Lebesgue**integrable function defined on an open set in Euclidean n - space . The set of all points p at which 1 lim c ) $ . 199–1 ( P ) ( da ) = 0 M ( C ) 0 MCC is called the**Lebesgue**set of the function f .Page 223

Let g be a function defined on ( a , b ) such that the

Let g be a function defined on ( a , b ) such that the

**Lebesgue**- Stieltjes integral I Sag ( s ) dh ( s ) exists . Let f be a continuous increasing function on an open interval ( c , d ) , with f ( c ) = a , f ( d ) = b .### What people are saying - Write a review

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