Let be a -algebra (cf. also Borel field of sets). Let be a non-negative set function and let , where is a normed space. One says that is absolutely continuous with respect to , denoted by , if for every there exists a such that whenever and (cf. also Absolute continuity). A sequence is uniformly absolutely continuous with respect to if for every there exists a such that whenever , and .
i) the limit is also absolutely continuous with respect to this measure, i.e. ;
ii) is uniformly absolutely continuous with respect to . This theorem is closely related to integration theory [a8], [a3]. Namely, if is a sequence of functions from , where is the Lebesgue measure, and
exists for each measurable set , then the sequence is uniformly absolutely -continuous and is absolutely -continuous, [a3].
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