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Defining Integrals over R^R, R^N

  1. Jun 28, 2015 #1

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    Hi,
    Just curious: how does one define integrals over ##\mathbb R^{\mathbb R}, \mathbb R ^{\mathbb N} ##? I assume this must be a topic in Functional Analysis. I know a bit about abstract Wiener spaces; is there something else? And I assume the objects that are integrated are operators (linear, orat least continuous) between infinite dimensional spaces ( at least the domain of definition is infinite-dimensional). Hoping some one has a reference. Thanks.
     
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