I am reviewing this http://deeplearning.cs.cmu.edu/pdfs/Cybenko.pdf [Broken] on the approximating power of neural networks and I came across a definition that I could not quite understand. The definition reads:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

where $I_n$ is the n-dimensional unit hypercube and $M(I_n)$ is the space of finite, signed, regular Borel measures on In.

The only thing that I could get from this definition which again does not seem plausible enough is: since whenever the integral is 0 itmustimply that the measure μ is 0, then σ is non-zero. I am not sure if this right though.

I literally could not find any other literature or similar definitions on this and I've looked in a number of textbooks such as Kreyzig, Rudin and Stein & Shakarchi.

Any insight/help?

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# What is meant when $\sigma$ is said to be discriminatory?

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