- Borel measure
In

mathematics , theBorel algebra is the smallest σ-algebra on thereal number s**R**containing the

intervals, and the**Borel measure**is the measure on this σ-algebra which gives to the interval ["a", "b"] the measure "b" − "a" (where "a" < "b").The Borel measure is not complete, which is why in practice the complete

Lebesgue measure is preferred: every Borel measurable set is also Lebesgue measurable, and the measures of the set agree.In a more general context, let "X" be a

locally compact Hausdorff space . A**Borel measure**is any measure μ on the σ-algebra $mathfrak\{B\}(X)$ ofBorel set s — the Borel σ-algebra on "X".If μ is both

inner regular andouter regular on all Borel sets, it is called a**regular Borel measure**.If μ is inner regular and locally finite, μ is said to be a

.Radon measure **References***

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