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On extension of Baire vector measures. (English) Zbl 0641.46026
The author proves the following: Every Baire-valued measure with values in a metrisable and somewhat more general locally convex space X - not necessarily complete - can be extended uniquely to a regular Borel vector-valued measure with values in the same space X - more precisely in the closed convex cover of the values of the given Baire vector-valued measure. Some other results concerning extension and regularity of vector-valued measures are also added.
Reviewer: A.Badrikian

46G10 Vector-valued measures and integration
28B05 Vector-valued set functions, measures and integrals
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