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Shape Analysis, Lebesgue Integration and Absolute Continuity Connections

Shape Analysis, Lebesgue Integration and Absolute Continuity Connections
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Publisher: arXiv.org
Number of pages: 82

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As shape analysis of the form presented in Srivastava and Klassen's textbook 'Functional and Shape Data Analysis' is intricately related to Lebesgue integration and absolute continuity, it is advantageous to have a good grasp of the latter two notions. Accordingly, in these notes we review basic concepts and results about Lebesgue integration and absolute continuity.

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