Borel σ-algebra

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Named after French mathematician Émile Borel (1871–1956), who pioneered measure theory.

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Borel σ-algebra (plural Borel σ-algebras)

  1. (mathematical analysis) The smallest σ-algebra which contains the topology of a given topological space.

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