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A Course on Integration Theory: including more than 150 by Nicolas Lerner PDF

By Nicolas Lerner

ISBN-10: 3034806930

ISBN-13: 9783034806930

ISBN-10: 3034806949

ISBN-13: 9783034806947

This textbook presents an in depth remedy of summary integration conception, building of the Lebesgue degree through the Riesz-Markov Theorem and likewise through the Carathéodory Theorem. it is usually a few basic homes of Hausdorff measures in addition to the fundamental houses of areas of integrable features and conventional theorems on integrals reckoning on a parameter. Integration on a product house, switch of variables formulation in addition to the development and examine of classical Cantor units are handled intimately. Classical convolution inequalities, equivalent to Young's inequality and Hardy-Littlewood-Sobolev inequality are confirmed. The Radon-Nikodym theorem, notions of harmonic research, classical inequalities and interpolation theorems, together with Marcinkiewicz's theorem, the definition of Lebesgue issues and Lebesgue differentiation theorem are additional themes incorporated. a close appendix presents the reader with a number of parts of basic arithmetic, comparable to a dialogue round the calculation of antiderivatives or the Gamma functionality. The appendix additionally offers extra complex fabric comparable to a few easy homes of cardinals and ordinals that are priceless within the examine of measurability.​

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10 That 16 Chapter 1. 3. Let (X, M) be a measurable space and let f : X −→ R+ = [0, +∞] be a measurable mapping. There exists a sequence (sk )k≥1 of simple functions such that (1) 0 ≤ s1 ≤ s2 ≤ · · · ≤ sk ≤ sk+1 ≤ · · · ≤ f, (2) ∀x ∈ X, limk sk (x) = f (x), (3) For f bounded, the limit is uniform: limk supx∈X |f (x) − sk (x)| = 0. Proof. Let us first assume that 0 ≤ f ≤ 1. We define11 sk (x) = 2−k E(2k f (x)). 1) The function sk takes finitely many values since 0 ≤ 2k f ≤ 2k . 2) so that sk converges uniformly towards f .

With D a countable dense subset of T , we may find y1 , . . , yd ∈ D so that dist(xj , yj ) < rj /2. Then the ball B(yj , rj /2) is such that xj ∈ B(yj , rj /2) ⊂ B(xj , rj ), since dist(z, yj ) < rj /2 implies dist(z, xj ) ≤ dist(z, yj ) + dist(yj , xj ) < rj /2 + rj /2 so that z ∈ B(xj , rj ). As a result, the open set Ω is a union of products B(y1 , ρ1 ) × · · · × B(yd , ρd ), yj ∈ D, ρj ∈ Q. There is a surjection from Dd × Qd (which is countable) onto the set P of these subsets and thus P is countable.

3, and for the same reason, the mapping defined in (2) makes sense on the quotient space L1 (μ). , f = 0 in L1 (μ). 4). 3), we get f dμ = Re e−iθ X X Re(e−iθ f )dμ ≤ = X e−iθ f dμ f dμ = Re X |e−iθ f |dμ = X |f |dμ. X L1 (μ) . 7. 5 (Lebesgue dominated convergence theorem). Let (X, M, μ) be a measure space where μ is a positive measure. Let (fn )n∈N be a sequence of measurable functions from X into C such that the following properties hold. 30 Then the function f is 31 measurable, X |f |dμ < +∞ and |f − fn |dμ = 0, lim n→∞ implying X lim n→∞ fn dμ = X f dμ.

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