By Dieudonne J.

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X Therefore, the integrals of ϕ with respect to the measures ( U f n , h) H converge. Moreover, the limit is the integral of ϕ with respect to ( U f, h) H , which follows by the one-dimensional case applied to the conditional measures. This completes the proof in the case of S BV and bounded { f n }. In the case of BV it is necessary to show that U f has bounded variation. The measures f n possess H -valued vector densities Rn with respect to some common nonnegative measure ν and the sequence of functions |Rn | H is bounded in L 1 (ν).

An equivalent description of functions in S BVH (U, μ) can be given in the form of integration by parts if in place of the class FC ∞ we use appropriate classes of test functions for every h ∈ H . For any Vxed vector h ∈ H we choose a closed hyperplane Y complementing Rh and consider the class Dh of all bounded functions ϕ on X with the following properties: ϕ is measurable with respect to all Borel measures, for each y ∈ Y the function t → ϕ(y + th) is inVnitely differentiable and has compact support in the interval Jy,h = {t : y + th ∈ U }, and the functions ∂hn ϕ are bounded for all n ≥ 1.

For a constant vector Veld v = h ∈ H we have δv = h. For vector Velds v on R∞ of the simplest form v(x) = u(x1 , . . , xn )ek the divergence is also easily evaluated: δv(x) = (D H u(x1 , . . , xn ), ek ) H + u(x1 , . . , xn )xk . Similarly, in a slightly more general case of the Veld v = u1h1 + · · · + un hn , we have u i ∈ W p,1 (γ ), h i ∈ H, n (D H u i , h i ) H + u i h i . δv = i=1 The previous theorem says essentially that the L p -norm of this function can be controlled through the Sobolev norm of v; this is quite easy for p = 2, but requires some work in the general case.