# Measure Theory

### Some articles on measure theory, measures, theory, measure:

Geometric Measure Theory
... In mathematics, geometric measure theory (GMT) is the study of the geometric properties of the measures of sets (typically in Euclidean spaces), including such things as arc lengths and areas ... It uses measure theory to generalize differential geometry to surfaces with mild singularities called rectifiable sets ... Deep results in geometric measure theory identified a dichotomy between rectifiable sets on the one hand and purely unrectifiable or fractal sets on the other ...
Information Theory And Measure Theory
... Many of the formulas in information theory have separate versions for continuous and discrete cases, i.e ... These versions can often be generalized using measure theory ... density functions with respect to the counting measure, thus requiring only basic discrete mathematics for what can be considered, in a measure theory context, integration ...
Hellinger Distance - Definition - Measure Theory
... define the Hellinger distance in terms of measure theory, let P and Q denote two probability measures that are absolutely continuous with respect to a third probability measure λ ... between P and Q does not change if λ is replaced with a different probability measure with respect to which both P and Q are absolutely continuous ...

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