By Kai Lai Chung
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May be. v. ; see Exercise 3 below. ’s from given ones. 4. v. PROOF. The quickest proof is as follows. Regarding the function f X of ω as the “composite mapping”: f ° X: ω ! f X ω , we have f ° X 1 f°X DX 1 1 °f 1 B1 D X and consequently 1 f 1 B1 ²X 1 B1 ² F . The reader who is not familiar with operations of this kind is advised to spell out the proof above in the old-fashioned manner, which takes only a little longer. We must now discuss the notion of a random vector. v. It is sufﬁcient to consider the case of two dimensions, since there is no essential difference in higher dimensions apart from complication in notation.
Hence deduce: (1) a Lebesgue measurable function of a strictly increasing and continuous function need not be Lebesgue measurable; (2) there exists a Lebesgue measurable function that is not Borel measurable. 1 Classes of sets Let be an “abstract space”, namely a nonempty set of elements to be called “points” and denoted generically by ω. Some of the usual operations and relations between sets, together with the usual notation, are given below. 1 CLASSES OF SETS 17 Belonging (for elements as well as for sets): ω 2 E, E2A Empty set: ∅ The reader is supposed to be familiar with the elementary properties of these operations.
2. f. m. on B1 through any one of the relations given in (5), or alternatively through (4). , Halmos  or Royden . However, we shall sketch the basic ideas as an important review. f. F being given, we may deﬁne a set function for intervals of the form (a, b] by means of the ﬁrst relation in (5). Such a function is seen to be countably additive on its domain of deﬁnition. ) Now we proceed to extend its domain of deﬁnition while preserving this additivity. If S is a countable union of such intervals which are disjoint: SD ai , bi ] i we are forced to deﬁne S , if at all, by S D ai , bi ] D fF bi i F ai g.