Definition:Lebesgue Integrable Function

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Let $\lambda^n$ be a Lebesgue measure on $\R^n$ for some $n > 0$.

Let $f: \R^n \to \overline \R$ be an extended real-valued function.

Then $f$ is said to be Lebesgue integrable iff it is $\lambda^n$-integrable.

Similarly, for all real numbers $p \ge 1$, $f$ is said to be Lebesgue $p$-integrable iff it is $p$-integrable under $\lambda^n$.

Source of Name

This entry was named for Henri Léon Lebesgue.

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