null set

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Noun1.null set - a set that is empty; a set with no members
set - (mathematics) an abstract collection of numbers or symbols; "the set of prime numbers is infinite"
ensemble négligeable
insieme nullo
zbiór miary zero
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The text covers sets and functions, Lebesgue measure, measurable sets, Borel sets, sets of measure zero, the integral, measurable functions, convergence theorems, convergence in mean, Fourier theory, calculus, change of variables, differentiation of integrals, integration of derivatives, and general measures.
Bell peppers measure zero on the scale, while jalapenos come in at around 5,000.
If dimX < [infinity], then the set has Lebesgue measure zero.
If the domain of T has a nonempty interior, the set is an F-sigma set; if in addition, X is a finite dimensional space, the set has Lebesgue measure zero.
It is impossible to measure zero lumens, and measuring 10 or fewer lumens pushes the limits of what can be achieved in any laboratory.
However, it is physically impossible to measure zero lumens in an enclosed space such as a photometric laboratory when the light source being measured emits thousand of lumens.
The second requirement in Condition 1 allows us to transform this problem to whether or not certain subsets of linear subspaces of the transformed space consisting of k x n matrices are of measure zero (see Appendix A for a detailed analysis on this issue).
Either K is empty or the complement of K in R is of measure zero in R.
Further restrictions follow from the difficulty of providing adequate solutions to the very general measure zero problem (pp.
Mathematical Expression Omitted^, which has measure zero by Proposition 1.