Orthogonal vector measures
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Any orthogonal vector measure can gain it countable additivity by enlarging its domain;
Every orthogonal vector measure can be represented as the sum of two orthogonal vector measures, one of which is countably additive, and the other is purely finitely additive. Furthermore, these vector measures are completely perpendicular to each other.
KeywordsMajor Result Math Application Vector Measure Decomposition Theorem Orthogonal Vector
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