By A. N. Kolmogorov

Reprinted right here in a single quantity, the 1st half is dedicated to metric and common areas. starting with a quick advent to set concept and mappings, the authors supply a transparent presentation of the idea of metric and whole metric areas. the main of contraction mappings and its purposes to the facts of lifestyles theorems within the conception of differential and essential equations gets targeted research, as do non-stop curves in metric areas — a subject seldom mentioned in textbooks.

Part One additionally comprises discussions of different topics, equivalent to components of the idea of normed linear areas, susceptible sequential convergence of parts and linear functionals, adjoint operators, and linear operator equations. half specializes in an exposition of degree conception, the Lebesque period and Hilbert area. either components function quite a few workouts on the finish of every part and comprise precious lists of symbols, definitions, and theorems.

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The existence of a unit was used only in the proof of Theorem 4. To reprove Theorem 4 in the general case, it is necessary to show again that A1 , A2 E The proof of this is carried out in the same way implies that A1 u A2 E as for A1 \ A2 on the basis of the relation. (A1 u A2) (B1 u B2) c (A1 B1) u (A2 If Sm has no unit, Theorem 7 of §38 changes to B2). §39] LEBESGIJE EXTENSION IN THE GENERAL CASE 37 THEOREM 1. For arbitrary initial measure m the collection 9)1 = SL(m) of a set A = Lebesgue measurable sets is a , where the sets are measurable, is measurable if, and only if, the measure ,u( U1 is bounded by a constant independent of N.

See §36, Def. 1 such that B1 c: A C B2 and B2 E (Jordan measurability); also compare with §33, Ex. ] 5. For any A E we have \ a)/2*(A)=inf{/2B:ACB, b) ,u*(A) = sup {/LB:B C A, B E We see therefore that (abstract) Lebesgue measure is (abstractly) regular (see §33, Ex. 5). 6. Let , 5m2 be two semi-rings on X with the same unit E; let m1 , m2 be (i-additive measures defined on 5m1 5m2 , respectively; and let p1*, p2* be the outer measures on the set of all subsets of E defined by using m1 , m2, = p2*(A) for every A E if, and only respectively.

If A Ak, then Proof. Choose an Ak' such that Ak and let A' Ak'. Then U m(A') ,i(A) since + 6/2k, m(Ak') Ak', + €, ,ü(Ak) + is arbitrary, 4. If Ak THEOREM A (1 k n) and A n A ç M(A) Ak'. M(Aic). — such that m(Ak') Proof. Choose Ak' A' = Then A/ n A5' A' A, M(A) m(A') bitrary, M(A) 12k and let 0 and m(A') = Since 0, then — — Since M(Ak). We now define the function /1 with domain of definition > 0 is ar- 26 MEASURE THEORY as the common value of the inner and outer measures: = M(A) = Theorems 3 and 4 and the obvious fact that = m(A) = (A E imply THEOREM 5.

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