William Feller's An introduction to probability theory and its applications PDF

By William Feller

ISBN-10: 1861873743

ISBN-13: 9781861873743

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These properties of compact spaces will be used from time to time. 24 Let X be a topological Hausdorff space. Then a. If Y is a compact subspace of X, then Y is closed. b. If X is compact and Y is closed, then Y is compact. c. The union of a finite number of compact sets is compact. d. The continuous image of a compact set into a Hausdorff space is compact. e. The product of compact spaces is compact (Tihonov’s Theorem). f. If X is metrizable, then X is compact iff every sequence has a convergent subsequence.

30 The Borel sets in a metric space Y are the smallest collection of sets that contains the open (closed) sets and that are closed under countable unions and countable intersections. 3 Polish and Analytic Spaces under complementation. 22. Thus B(Y ) ⊆ G; on the other hand G ⊆ B(Y ) by construction. As a preparation for dealing with analytic sets, we will show now that each Borel subset of the Polish space X is the continuous image of N∞ . We begin with a reduction of the problem space: it is sufficient to establish this property for closed sets.

Which is in F since F is closed (because τ is an accumulation point of elements in F ). We have seen that a closed subset of a Polish space is a Polish space in its own right; a similar argument shows that an open subset of a Polish space is Polish as well. Both observations turn out to be special cases of the characterization of Polish subspaces through Gδ -sets. We need an auxiliary statement due to Kuratowski which permits the extension of a continuous map from a subspace to a Gδ -set containing it — just far enough to be interesting to us.

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