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..., s) be an admissible pair for (D, E). If s[E R ] ⊆ D R ⊆ a −1 [E R ] and δ = (ε ◦ a)↾ D R : D R → X then (D, D R , δ) is an admissible domain representation of X. For a proof, we refer the reader to =-=-=-.sEFFECTIVE DISTRIBUTION THEORY 7 Informally, we think of the domain D as a computationally well-behaved perturbation of E. In the special case when (E, E R , ε) is constructed as the standard represe...
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