Darboux Approach to Mα-integration
AbstractIt is known that one can develop Riemann integration theory via Darboux approach. Themain idea in the Darboux approach is to define an integral using upper and lower Riemannsums. In this study we look at how -integration can be develop via Darboux approach.Here is a brief discussion of the methodology. We define an equivalence relation on the set of-divisions of , - such that for - divisions *(, - )+ and *(, - )+ wesay that if and only if the intervals in are exactly the intervals in . Given agauge on , - and a -fine division *(, - )+ of , -, we set, - * + Given a function on , -, and a -fine - division , we define the upper and lowersums (respectively) in the following manner( ) , -( ) ( )( ) and ( ) , -( ) ( )( )provided these values exists. We were able to show that a function on , - is -ntegrable if and only if the following exists and are equal:() ∫̅̅̅̅̅ ( ) and () ∫ ( ) In this approach we were able to prove the basic properties of the -integral. It is our nextgoal to extend -integration to other spaces via Darboux approach.
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