# Bernstein functions : theory and applications, Edition: 2nd by Rene L Schilling; Renming Song; Zoran VondracМЊek

By Rene L Schilling; Renming Song; Zoran VondracМЊek

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1. 0; 1/ ! Œ0; 1/ which can be written in the form Z a 1 f. dt / < 1. We denote the family of all Stieltjes functions by S. 1) is also called the Stieltjes transform of the meaR1 sure . Using the elementary relation . C t / 1 D 0 e tu e u du and Fubini’s theorem one sees that it is also a double Laplace transform. 1) are uniquely determined by f . 1. 2) f. dt / C bı1 is a ﬁnite measure on the compact interval Œ0; 1. Since for z D C i Ä 2 C n . 1; 0 and t 0 ˇ ˇ ˇ 1 ˇ 1 1 ˇ ˇ ; ˇz C t ˇ D p 2 2 t C 1 .

1/a f . / D f . / hence . 1/a f . 1/j aj f . C a/ D af 0 . 0; 1/; 0. Iterating this argument yields for all j D 1; 2; : : : ; n a1 f . / D . j / . 0; 1/. In particular, . 1/n 2 an 2 a1 f . / is nonincreasing and convex. Now we use the argument in the preceding paragraph to get the desired assertion. 0; 1/ W f 0; . 0C/ D 1º. Then Km is a closed convex subset of Cm with respect to pointwise convergence. Let f be an extreme point in Kn and set WD inf¹ > 0 W f . / D 0º with the usual convention that inf ; D 1.

Since t 7! 1 C t /=. dt /; f . / D lim fnk . e. f 2 S. 1 fn . / D f . / exists – independently of any subsequence – and since the representing measure is uniquely determined by the function f , N does not depend on any subsequence. 0; 1/. 3. 2). 1 fn . / D f . R;1/ 1Ct Ã I in the above formulae we can replace lim inf n by lim supn . 9. 1 bn D b. This is easily seen from the following examples: fn . / D 1C1=n and fn . / D 1=n . 4. 2) as a particular case of the Choquet or Kre˘ın–Milman representation.