We study here the error of numerical integration on metric measure spaces adapted to a decomposition of the space into disjoint subsets. We consider both the error for a single given function, and the worst case error for all functions in a given class of potentials. The main tools are the classical Marcinkiewicz–Zygmund inequality and ad hoc definitions of function spaces on metric measure spaces. The same techniques are used to prove the existence of point distributions in metric measure spaces with small Lp discrepancy with respect to certain classes of subsets, for example, metric balls.
- Numerical integration
- Metric measure spaces