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ON MAXIMAL RANGES OF VECTOR MEASURES FOR SUBSETS AND PURIFICATION OF TRANSITION PROBABILITIES
"... Abstract. Consider a measurable space with an atomless finite vector measure. This measure defines a mapping of the σfield into an Euclidean space. According to the Lyapunov convexity theorem, the range of this mapping is a convex compactum. Similar ranges are also defined for measurable subsets of ..."
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Abstract. Consider a measurable space with an atomless finite vector measure. This measure defines a mapping of the σfield into an Euclidean space. According to the Lyapunov convexity theorem, the range of this mapping is a convex compactum. Similar ranges are also defined for measurable subsets of the space. Two subsets with the same vector measure may have different ranges. We investigate the question whether, among all the subsets having the same given vector measure, there always exists a set with the maximal range of the vector measure. The answer to this question is positive for twodimensional vector measures and negative for higher dimensions. We use the existence of maximal ranges to strengthen the DvoretzkyWaldWolfowitz purification theorem for the case of two measures. 1.