Measurability and semi-continuity of multifunctions

  title={Measurability and semi-continuity of multifunctions},
  author={Bernardo Cascales},
The following pages contain details of a mini-course of three lectures given at the V International Course of Mathematical Analysis of Andalucia (CIDAMA), Almeria, September 12-17, 2011. When I was invited to give this mini-course and thought about possible topics for it, I decided to talk about multifunctions because they have always been present in my research on fields theoretically apart from each other as topology and integration theory. Therefore you will find here my biased views… 

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