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Note on support-concentrated Borel measures

  • Wolfgang Adamski (a1)

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Every τ-smooth Borel measure is support-concentrated. We shall prove in this note that the converse of this statement is not true, in general. Furthermore, we shall give some conditions assuring that a support-concentrated Borel measure be τ-smooth.

1980 Mathematics subject classification (Amer. Math. Soc.): 28 C 15.

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