The theory of integration of functions with values in a Banach space has long been a fruitful area of study. In the eight years from 1933 to 1940, seminal papers in this area were written by Bochner, Gelfand, Pettis, Birhoff and Phillips. Out of this flourish of activity, two integrals have proved to be of lasting: the Bochner integral of strongly measurable function. Through the forty years since 1940, the Bochner integral has a thriving prosperous history. But unfortunately nearly forty years had passed until 1976 without a significant improvement after B. J. Pettis's original paper in 1938 [cf. 11].
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