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I know Lebesgue's dominated convergence theorem holds for Lebesgue measure. But, in general, does it hold for an general measure? For example, I know it holds for the counting measure, so we obtain the LDCT for infinite series.
Yes, the theorem is valid for any measure. If you read the proof, nothing is used except countable additivity.