**Theory of the Integral**

by Stanislaw Saks

**Publisher**: Polish Mathematical Society 1937**ISBN/ASIN**: 0486446484**Number of pages**: 347

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Covering all the standard topics, the author begins with a discussion of the integral in an abstract space, additive classes of sets, measurable functions, and integration of sequences of functions. Succeeding chapters cover Caratheodory measure; functions of bounded variation and the Lebesgue-Stieltjes integral; the derivation of additive functions of a set and of an interval; and more.

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