nLab content (measure theory)


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In measure theory, a content on a distributive lattice (L,,,,,)(L, \leq, \bot, \vee, \top, \wedge) is a valuation μ:L[0,]\mu:L \to [0, \infty] to the non-negative lower reals such that the valuation of the bottom element is zero and additive if the pair of elements is disjoint.

aL.bL.μ()=0\forall a\in L. \forall b \in L. \mu(\bot) = 0
aL.bL.(ab=)(μ(ab)=μ(a)+μ(b))\forall a\in L. \forall b \in L. (a \wedge b = \bot) \implies (\mu(a \vee b) = \mu(a) + \mu(b))

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