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New definition for the perimeter of a set.
As you can see in this post we can define the perimeter of a Lebesgue measurable set relative to an open set (if it is the usual perimeter) of a set by using the formula
It is important that this definition would agree with the classical definition for sets, namely, if is a bounded open set of class then , where represents the surface element on .
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