Measure and Integration: Characterization of the new maximal contents and measures
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The work of the author in measure and integration is based on parallel extension theories from inner and outer premeasures to their maximal extensions, both times in three different columns (finite, sequential, nonsequential). The present paper characterizes those contents and measures which occur as these maximal extensions.
KeywordsInner and outer premeasures and their maximal extensions complete saturated and SC contents and measures tame inner and outer premeasures quasi-Radon measures
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