Upper and Lower Lebesgue Classes of Multivalued Functions of Two Variables
We introduce a functional Lebesgue classification of multivalued mappings and obtain results on the upper and lower Lebesgue classifications of multivalued mappings F: X × Y ⊸ Z for broad classes of spaces X, Y and Z.
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