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Since G is an

Since G is an

**arbitrary**open set containing F - G we have M ( F1 ) Si ( G ) + M ( F1 - Gi ) . If F is a closed set it follows from this inequality , by allowing G , to range over all open sets containing FF1 , that Mi ( F1 ) M ( FF1 ) + ...Page 281

Let S be an

Let S be an

**arbitrary**set . A sequence { fn } in B ( S ) converges weakly to fo if and only if it is bounded and , together with every subsequence , converges to to quasi - uniformly on S. PROOF .Page 476

N ( T ; 4 , 6 ) = { RR & B ( % , 20 ) , ( T– R ) | < , z 4 } where A is an

N ( T ; 4 , 6 ) = { RR & B ( % , 20 ) , ( T– R ) | < , z 4 } where A is an

**arbitrary**finite subset of X , and a > 0 is**arbitrary**. Thus , in the strong topology , a generalized sequence ( Tx } converges to T if and only if { Tex } ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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