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McShane integral; Vitali convergence theorem; equi-integrability
The McShane integral of functions $f\:I\rightarrow \mathbb{R}$ defined on an $m$-dimensional interval $I$ is considered in the paper. This integral is known to be equivalent to the Lebesgue integral for which the Vitali convergence theorem holds. For McShane integrable sequences of functions a convergence theorem based on the concept of equi-integrability is proved and it is shown that this theorem is equivalent to the Vitali convergence theorem.
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