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comment Regularity of measure on a locally compact Hausdorff space with a countable base
@John So what is your answer? Is $\mu$ regular?
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asked Regularity of measure on a locally compact Hausdorff space with a countable base
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comment Abelian extension of an algebraic number field whose Galois group is isomorphic to a given finite abelian group
I don't understand. Would you elaborate on it?
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revised Construction of a Radon measure from a certain family of compact subsets
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comment Construction of a Radon measure from a certain family of compact subsets
@John The details do matter. In mathemaics, just being almost correct is not enough at all.
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asked Construction of a Radon measure from a certain family of compact subsets
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comment Fubini's theorem on a product of locally compact spaces which do not have countable bases
@PhoemueX "but if the Riesz representation theorem is so convenient, why not use it?" I don't see why it is so convenient to solve the current problem. Would you explain?
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comment Fubini's theorem on a product of locally compact spaces which do not have countable bases
@PhoemueX "In the general setting of arbitrary LCH spaces X,Y, this is no longer possible." So? I don't see why the Riesz theorem is necessary to construct a Radon measure in the general setting.
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comment Fubini's theorem on a product of locally compact spaces which do not have countable bases
@PhoemueX "Further, you want a Radon measure and the usual way to construct these is to use the Riesz representation theorem." Not necessarily so. For example, we usually construct the Lebesgue measure on $\mathbb R^n$ without using the Riesz representation theorem.
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comment Closed subgroup of a locally compact Hausdorff group whose Haar measure is non-zero.
I think this is correct, but unfortunately I can only accept one answer.