[Banach] Abstract of a paper by Peter A. Loeb and Erik Talvila
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Mon Jun 21 13:05:57 CDT 2004
This is an announcement for the paper "Lusin's Theorem and Bochner
integration" by Peter A. Loeb and Erik Talvila.
Abstract: It is shown that the approximating functions used to define
the Bochner integral can be formed using geometrically nice sets, such as
balls, from a differentiation basis. Moreover, every appropriate sum of
this form will be within a preassigned $\varepsilon$ of the integral, with
the sum for the local errors also less than $\varepsilon$. All of this
follows from the ubiquity of Lebesgue points, which is a consequence of
Lusin's theorem, for which a simple proof is included in the discussion.
Archive classification: Classical Analysis and ODEs; Functional Analysis
Mathematics Subject Classification: 28A20, 28B05; 26A39
Remarks: To appear in Scientiae Mathematicae Japonicae
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Submitted from: etalvila at math.ualberta.ca
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