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Measure Theory in Non-Smooth Spaces

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Measure Theory in Non-Smooth Spaces
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Publisher: De Gruyter Open
ISBN-13: 9783110550832
Number of pages: 346

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The aim of this book, which gathers contributions from leading specialists with different backgrounds, is that of creating a collection of various aspects of measure theory occurring in recent research with the hope of increasing interactions between different fields.

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