By B. Gyires

ISBN-10: 0444853332

ISBN-13: 9780444853332

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And K(·). , vol n- I [ K ( E; I ' . . , E; m ) nE ~. ( E; I ' . . (E;I, . . ,E; ] OF Thus if[ n ,~ measure of some compact convex R -subset ~+ is the vol n _ 1 valued concave and upper semi continuous Hence, the )] m - 60 - Rm. g. (x)#¢) where ~ ~ j=1 and ] is G. ~ some suitable continuous concave function on the compact C .. convex domain ~ Now our assumption on the vectors clearly ensures that C. ~ which, in turn, aF tions --- Gi ~ vanishes on the boundary of shows the continuity of the Consequently, aC u.

We consider the following characteristics: (I. 10) ( 1. 1 1 ) ( 1 • 12) ( 1 • 13) + MB max B (t) , O~t~1 MB - RB + MB + MB QB min B (t) , O~t~1 .. + M B RB - 44 - Finally we investigate the growth rate of the lower R(t) limits of Q(t), giving certain analogues of and theorems of CHI'NG [2J and HIRSCH [6J. 2. g. in FELLER [4J. M+(t) ale J 2 {)2(v, 0 en - lit where a > - ale 0, b J M-(t), given this can be expressed as 2ilt)dv 2 e 2 2 v e -2- e 0 > and In terms of theta functions and using certain identities given in [7J (2.

J. :J. the identity zeroelement. :J. t] / ' j (dy). r n (x-y), in the case when x By our assumption the sequence converges weakly. rxll n ..... + oo r > O. :J. xII r /'j({x:lI[\ xII n r=r(£) clearly r=r(£)). 2 we obtain the following estimations. :J. xII > c) < £ for all n. 1 we find that (2. 10) > £) is any probability measure. :J. :J. :J. yll >£ n r ~ ". 0 if E is sufficiently small large). 7) 2 k + - ,',k )]ll r n n - as r - +00, +00 II n{x:U~ xU ~ E} then tends n r E > O. Thus we find that the conditions for any (iv) 0 ,"k (repeated limit), since (ii) and n(dt)~ n 2 The left hand side tends to 0 correspondingly E.

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