The study of functions of generalized bounded variation (VBG) and generalized absolute continuity (ACG) that appears in Saks's treatise Theory of the integral can be thoroughly reworked by using some aspects of the theory of variational measures proposed originally by Ralph Henstock and extended by many others. We present a development of these concepts and use it for a characterization of the Denjoy-Khintchine integral. Mathematical Reviews subject classification: Primary: 26A24, 26A39, 26A45. Key words: variation, approximate derivative, Denjoy-Khintchine integral, VBG function, ACG function.
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