Mizar Commentary on Walter Rudin's Principles of Mathematical Analysis/The Riemann-Stieltjes Integral

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In Mizar the Riemann-Stieltjes integral wasn't formalized until recently, so this chapter will primarily deal with that variant. Everything about the Riemann-Stieltjes integral in Mizar at the time of writing is in INTEGR22 and INTEGR23.

Definition and Existence of the Integral[edit | edit source]

6.1 Definition
A partition is described by a Division (INTEGRA1:def 2), leaving out and changing to . The intervals can be accessed via divset(P,i) (INTEGRA1:def 4), therefore is given by vol divset(P,i) (INTEGRA1:def 5).
is upper_sum(f,P) (INTEGRA1:def 8), is lower_sum(f,P) (INTEGRA1:def 9).
is upper_integral(f) (INTEGRA1:def 14), is lower_integral(f) (INTEGRA1:def 15).
being integrable is in INTEGRA1:def 16 (see also INTEGRA5:def 1), is integral(f) (INTEGRA1:def 17, see also INTEGRA5:def 4 for explicit integration bounds and INTEGRA7:def 2 for indefinite integral).
The inequalities are given by INTEGRA1:25,28,27.

6.2 Definition in INTEGR22.

6.3 Definition
Refinement is INTEGRA1:def 18. No reference for definition of common refinement, but it is given by INTEGRA1:47 and more precise by INTEGRA3:21.

6.4 Theorem is INTEGRA1:41/40.

6.5 Theorem is INTEGRA1:49.

6.6 Theorem is implicitly given by INTEGRA4:12.

6.7 Theorem No reference.

6.8 Theorem is INTEGRA5:11, for Riemann-Stieltjes INTEGR23:21.

6.9 Theorem is INTEGRA5:16.

6.10 Theorem No reference.

6.11 Theorem No reference. #TODO Reference that if is bounded and integrable and is continuous, then is integrable.

Properties of the Integral[edit | edit source]

6.12 Theorem
(a) is INTEGRA1:57 or INTEGRA6:11 and INTEGRA2:31 or INTEGRA6:9.
(b) is INTEGRA2:34.
(c) is INTEGRA6:17. No reference for something like with .
(d) No direct reference, but 6.13(b) improves the bound anyway.
(d) No reference.

6.13 Theorem
(a) is INTEGRA4:29.
(b) is INTEGRA4:23 or INTEGRA6:7/8.

6.14 Definition
equals chi(REALPLUS,REAL) (FUNCT_3:def 3, MUSIC_S1:def 2).

6.15 Theorem No reference.

6.16 Theorem No reference.

6.17 Theorem No reference. #TODO Relation between the Riemann and the Riemann-Stieltjes integral.

6.18 Remark No reference.

6.19 Theorem (change of variable) No reference. #TODO Find reference!

Integration and Differentiation[edit | edit source]

6.20 Theorem
INTEGRA6:28/29, but no reference for the continuity of if is only integrable.

6.21 The fundamental theorem of calculus is INTEGRA7:10.

6.22 Theorem (integration by parts) is INTEGRA5:21 or INTEGRA7:21/22.

Integration of vector-valued Functions[edit | edit source]

6.23 Definition Given by INTEGR15:def 13/14 and INTEGR15:def 16-18. Theorem 6.12 (a) translates to INTEGR15:17/18. Theorem 6.12 (c) translates to INTEGR19:8. No reference for a translation of Theorem 6.12 (e) or Theorem 6.17, since we're still looking at Riemann integrals only.

6.24 Theorem
No direct reference, but with continuity given by INTEGR19:55/56.

6.25 Theorem is INTEGR19:20/21.

Rectifiable Curves[edit | edit source]

6.26 Definition
More generally, being a parametrized-curve is defined in TOPALG_6:def 4, no reference for closed curves there. For simple closed curves in see the attribute being_simple_closed_curve (TOPREAL2:def 1). In pursuing the proof of the Jordan Curve Theorem a lot of articles have been written dealing with that attribute, in contrast to parametrized-curve. Also see INTEGR1C:def 3 for a formalization of -curves using another approach.
No reference for or rectifiable.

6.27 Theorem No reference.

Exercises[edit | edit source]

1. No reference.
2. No reference.
3. No reference.
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7. No reference.
8. See INTEGR10 for the definitions. No reference for exercise.
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