Noise as a Boolean algebra of sigma-fields. III. An old question of Jacob Feldman
"Noise as a Boolean algebra of sigma-fields. III. An old question of Jacob Feldman"
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A research eprint, 16 pages, bibl. 4 refs.
The noise-type completion C of a noise-type Boolean algebra B is generally not the same as the closure of B. As shown in Part I (Introduction, Theorem 2), C consists of all complemented elements of the closure. It appears that C is the whole closure if and only if B is classical (as defined in Part II, Sect. 1a), which is the main result of this Part III.
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