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• Egorov's theorem — In measure theory, an area of mathematics, Egorov s theorem establishes a condition for the uniform convergence of a pointwise convergent sequence of measurable functions. The theorem is named after Dmitri Egorov, a Russian physicist and geometer …   Wikipedia