Measure Theory: Transplantation theorems for inner premeasures
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The main result is a new transplantation theorem for the inner * premeasures of the author, with a few related theorems. These results have basic implications for example for the construction of Radon measures. They received a certain inspiration from the treatment of Radon measures in the treatise of Fremlin on measure theory.
KeywordsInner premeasures and their maximal inner extensions Transplantation theorems Radon premeasures and Radon measures
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