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Measure theoretically equivalent

  1. Dec 3, 2009 #1
    When are two or more measures said to be measure theoretically equivalent?
    I have spent sometime on searching it; I am not getting it. Please someone help.
  2. jcsd
  3. Dec 3, 2009 #2
    Well, start with the definition in your text, what is that?
    (Since it is not widely-known terminology, we can only guess at it.)
  4. Dec 3, 2009 #3
    I couldn't find this terminology in books. When I was reading a paper I-divergence geometry of distributions by I.CSISZAR, I came across this term. Initially I thought it could be mutually absolutely continuous; but its not. I couldn't make any guess.
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