Extensions of the Lusin's Theorem, the Severini-Egorov's Theorem and the Riesz Subsequence Theorems
Robdera, Mangatiana A.
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We give extensions of the Lusin’s Theorem, the Severini-Egorov’s Theorem, and the Riesz Subsequence Theorems to the setting of a non-additive vector valued set functions and sequences of functions taking values in general metric spaces.
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