By Vivian Hutson, John S. Pym and Michael J. Cloud (Eds.)

ISBN-10: 0444517901

ISBN-13: 9780444517906

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8. A curious subset of R is the Cantor set. Take [0,1] and extract the open Repeat the process of extracting the open middle third of middle third the remaining subintervals an infinite number of times. What is left is the Cantor set. Show that this is a closed subset of R and has empty interior. (i,5). 9. lll where l l f l l l = I f(z)Idx. Set f n ( x ) = ~ ~ ' ' (-1x ) for ~ n 2 1. 5 C f n is absolutely convergent but not convergent. 6 that with this norm C([O, 11) is not complete. 10. ) < < 1, 0 < a < 1).

Clearly { e n } is an orthonormal set. Now if f = ( f l , f 2 , . ) is any vector in l 2 , then ( f , e n ) = fn. Therefore f = 0 if (f,e n ) = 0 for R 3 1. 18 that it is a basis. Thc last two theorems are an extremely satisfactory conclusion to the study of bases in Hilbert space. In particular the fact that if K is complete it is a basis which is in pleasing correspondence with the situation in finite dimensions; no easy analogue of this condition exists in an arbitrary Banach space. 10) are 1.

46 2. LEBESGUE INTEGRATION AND Cp SPACES < The above procedure yields a measure on <. However, is not a aalgebra, and the next step is to define a measure fi on a a-algebra containing such that p and p coincide on <. It is possible to define such a measure on Cg (called Borel measure), but this measure is inconvenient since subsets of sets of measure zero need not be measurable. If a slightly larger a-algebra is used the problem disappears. 12 Theorem. Let p be a measure on a n algebra measure ,iio n a a-algebra containing ( such that < (a) p and C.

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