A Primer of Lebesgue Integration , 2nd edition, by H. For reference: concise, adjective: giving a lot of information clearly and in a few words; brief but comprehensive. These short treatments are suitable for different audiences. Knapp and published in I highly recommend this incisive review to anyone planning on teaching graduate-level real analysis. Here are some observations about the three books under review.
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A Primer of Lebesgue Integration , 2nd edition, by H. For reference: concise, adjective: giving a lot of information clearly and in a few words; brief but comprehensive. These short treatments are suitable for different audiences. Knapp and published in I highly recommend this incisive review to anyone planning on teaching graduate-level real analysis.
Here are some observations about the three books under review. It begins with the basic definitions of the Riemann integral. Halfway through the book, Lebesgue measure on the plane is developed. After this, the book tackles general measures on general measure spaces. The final chapter introduces L2 X. But then Chapter 2 jumps right into abstract measure theory. The reader or student needs to be quite comfortable with abstraction to survive this concise treatment.
Then Chapter 3 develops Lebesgue measure. The transition from Chapter 2 to Chapter 3 is very efficient, but very abstract.
The last chapters include introductions to related topics from the Riesz representation theorem for bounded linear functionals on C X to closed invariant subspaces of L R. Like the other two books, it starts out with a brief treatment of the Riemann integral that motivates the need for a more general Lebesgue integral. This device works, and the book goes on to develop integration theory nicely. Incidentally, Appendix A provides the background material needed and, 2 unlike some such appendices, includes some proofs and is not too terse!
The second half of the book covers Hilbert space, motivated by a study of L2[a,b], does some classical Fourier series, and discusses two important ergodic transformations.
Its quite technical proof was a major stumbling block when I was first studying analysis over 50 years ago. See, for example, Lemma 3. Kenneth A. Ross ross math. He was President of the MAA during His research area of interest was commutative harmonic analysis, especially where it has a probabilistic flavor.
A (Terse) Introduction to Lebesgue Integration
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A (terse) introduction to Lebesgue integration
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