Feynman's operational calculus for noncommuting operators was studied via measures on the time interval. We investigate that if a sequence of p-tuples of measures converges to another p-tuple of measures, then the corresponding sequence of operational calculi in the time dependent setting converges to the operational calculus determined by the limiting p-tuple of measures.
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