**Lectures on Disintegration of Measures**

by L. Schwartz

**Publisher**: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research 1976**ISBN/ASIN**: B000OK17R6**Number of pages**: 139

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The material in these Notes has been divided into two parts. In part I, disintegration of a measure with respect to a single sigma-algebra has been considered rather extensively and in part II, measure valued supermartingales and regular disintegration of a measure with respect to an increasing right continuous family of sigma-algebras have been considered.

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