Real analysis: modern techniques and their applications

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Wiley, 1984 - Mathematics - 350 pages
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This book covers the subject matter that is central to mathematical analysis: measure & integration theory, some point set topology, & rudiments of functional analysis. Also, a number of other topics are developed to illustrate the uses of this core material in important areas of mathematics & to introduce readers to more advanced techniques. Some of the material presented has never appeared outside of advanced monographs & research papers, or been readily available in comparative texts. About 460 exercises, at varying levels of difficulty, give readers practice in working with the ideas presented here.

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Read the measure/integration part. Not much motivation or intuition, but good job with the choice of axiomatic development (very abstract from the outset). Terrific exercises. Read full review

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Contents

Measures
18
Integration
42
Decomposition and Differentiation of Measures 1 Signed Measures
80
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