Measure Theory and Integration

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E. Horwood, 1981 - Integrals, Generalized - 239 pages
This text approaches integration via measure theory as opposed to measure theory via integration, an approach which makes it easier to grasp the subject. Apart from its central importance to pure mathematics, the material is also relevant to applied mathematics and probability, with proof of the mathematics set out clearly and in considerable detail. Numerous worked examples necessary for teaching and learning at undergraduate level constitute a strong feature of the book, and after studying statements of results of the theorems, students should be able to attempt the 300 problem exercises which test comprehension and for which detailed solutions are provided.
Approaches integration via measure theory, as opposed to measure theory via integration, making it easier to understand the subjectIncludes numerous worked examples necessary for teaching and learning at undergraduate levelDetailed solutions are provided for the 300 problem exercises which test comprehension of the theorems provided

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Contents

Preface
9
Preliminaries
15
Measure on the Real Line
27
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