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Function Theory of One Complex Variable. Second Edition.
Problems in Real Analysis, Second Edition
Charalambos D. Aliprantis, Owen BurkinshawA collection of problems and solutions in real analysis based on the major textbook, Principles of Real Analysis (also by Aliprantis and Burkinshaw), Problems in Real Analysis is the ideal companion for senior science and engineering undergraduates and first-year graduate courses in real analysis. It is intended for use as an independent source, and is an invaluable tool for students who wish to develop a deep understanding and proficiency in the use of integration methods.
Problems in Real Analysis teaches the basic methods of proof and problem-solving by presenting the complete solutions to over 600 problems that appear in Principles of Real Analysis, Third Edition. The problems are distributed in forty sections, and cover the entire spectrum of difficulty.
Modern Algebra: An Introduction
Tim AndersonBook by Anderson, Tim
Spectral Theory and Analytic Geometry over Non-Archimedean Fields
Vladimir G. BerkovichThe purpose of this book is to introduce a new notion of analytic space over a non-Archimedean field. Despite the total disconnectedness of the ground field, these analytic spaces have the usual topological properties of a complex analytic space, such as local compactness and local arcwise connectedness. This makes it possible to apply the usual notions of homotopy and singular homology. The book includes a homotopic characterization of the analytic spaces associated with certain classes of algebraic varieties and an interpretation of Bruhat-Tits buildings in terms of these analytic spaces. The author also studies the connection with the earlier notion of a rigid analytic space. Geometrical considerations are used to obtain some applications, and the analytic spaces are used to construct the foundations of a non-Archimedean spectral theory of bounded linear operators. This book requires a background at the level of basic graduate courses in algebra and topology, as well as some familiarity with algebraic geometry. It would be of interest to research mathematicians and graduate students working in algebraic geometry, number theory, and $p$-adic analysis.
Foundations of Real and Abstract Analysis
Douglas S. BridgesA complete course on metric, normed, and Hilbert spaces, including many results and exercises seldom found in texts on analysis at this level. The author covers an unusually wide range of material in a clear and concise format, including elementary real analysis, Lebesgue integration on R, and an introduction to functional analysis. The book begins with a fast-paced course on real analysis, followed by an introduction to the Lebesgue integral. This provides a reference for later chapters as well as a preparation for students with only the typical sequence of undergraduate calculus courses as prerequisites. Other features include a chapter introducing functional analysis, the Hahn-Banach theorem and duality, separation theorems, the Baire Category Theorem, the Open Mapping Theorem and their consequences, and unusual applications. Of special interest are the 750 exercises, many with guidelines for their solutions, applications and extensions of the main propositions and theorems, pointers to new branches of the subject, and difficult challenges for the very best students.
Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations
Earl A. Coddington, Norman LevinsonThe prerequisite for the study of this book is a knowledge of matrices and the essentials of functions of a complex variable. It has been developed from courses given by the authors and probably contains more material than will ordinarily be covered in a one-year course. It is hoped that the book will be a useful text in the application of differential equations as well as for the pure mathematician.
Some properties of spaces of measures
Corneliu Constantinescu
Mathematical Logic : A course with exercises — Part I — Propositional Calculus, Boolean Algebras, Predicate Calculus, Completeness Theorems
Rene Cori, Daniel LascarLogic forms the basis of mathematics and is a fundamental part of any mathematics course. This book provides students with a clear and accessible introduction to this important subject, using the concept of model as the main focus and covering a wide area of logic. The chapters of the book cover propositional calculus, boolean algebras, predicate calculus and completeness theorems with answers to all of the exercises and the end of the volume. This is an ideal introduction to mathematics and logic for the advanced undergraduate student.
Recursion Theory, Godel's Theorems, Set Theory, Model Theory
Rene Cori, Daniel Lascar, Donald H. PelletierLogic forms the basis of mathematics, and is hence a fundamental part of any mathematics course. It is a major element in theoretical computer science and has undergone a huge revival with the every- growing importance of computer science. This text is based on a course to undergraduates and provides a clear and accessible introduction to mathematical logic. The concept of model provides the underlying theme, giving the text a theoretical coherence whilst still covering a wide area of logic. The foundations having been laid in "Part I", this book starts with recursion theory, a topic essential for the complete scientist. Then follows Godel's incompleteness theorems and axiomatic set theory. Chapter 8 provides an introduction to model theory. There are examples throughout each section, and varied selection of exercises at the end. Answers to the exercises are given in the appendix.
Analisis Real - Medida E Integracion
Mijail Ivanovich Dyachenko, Piotr Lavrentievich Ulyanov
Calculo Diferencial e Integral - 4 Edicion
Hermann-Doig Edwards, Penney
Ultrametric Banach Algebras
Alain EscassutIn this volume, ultrametric Banach algebras are studied with the help of topological considerations, properties from affinoid algebra, and circular filters which characterize absolute values on polynomials and make a nice tree structure. The Shilov boundary does exist for normed ultrametric algebras. The spectral norm is equal to the supremum of all continuous multiplicative seminorms whose kernel is a maximal ideal. Two different such seminorms can have the same kernel. Krasner-Tate algebras are characterized among Krasner algebras, affinoid algebra, and ultrametric Banach algebras. Given a Krasner-Tate algbebra A=K{t}[x], the absolute values extending the Gauss norm from K{t} to A are defined by the elements of the Shilov boundary of A.
Lectures on Advanced Ordinary Differential
K. O. Friedrichs
Counterexamples in Analysis
Bernard R. Gelbaum, John M. H. OlmstedThese counterexamples, arranged according to difficulty or sophistication, deal mostly with the part of analysis known as "real variables," starting at the level of calculus. The first half of the book concerns functions of a real variable; topics include the real number system, functions and limits, differentiation, Riemann integration, sequences, infinite series, uniform convergence, and sets and measure on the real axis. The second half, encompassing higher dimensions, examines functions of two variables, plane sets, area, metric and topological spaces, and function spaces. This volume contains much that will prove suitable for students who have not yet completed a first course in calculus, and ample material of interest to more advanced students of analysis as well as graduate students. 12 figures. Bibliography. Index. Errata.
p-adic Numbers: An Introduction
Fernando GouveaThere are numbers of all kinds: rational, real, complex, p-adic. The p-adic numbers are less well known than the others, but they play a fundamental role in number theory and in other parts of mathematics. This elementary introduction offers a broad understanding of p-adic numbers.

From the reviews: "It is perhaps the most suitable text for beginners, and I shall definitely recommend it to anyone who asks me what a p-adic number is." —THE MATHEMATICAL GAZETTE
Topics in Algebra, 2nd Edition
I. N. HersteinNew edition includes extensive revisions of the material on finite groups and Galois Theory. New problems added throughout.
John G. Hocking, Gail S. Young, MathematicsSuperb one-year course in classical topology. Topological spaces and functions, point-set topology, much more. Examples and problems. Bibliography. Index.
A Classical Introduction to Modern Number Theory
Kenneth Ireland, Michael RosenThis well-developed, accessible text details the historical development of the subject throughout. It also provides wide-ranging coverage of significant results with comparatively elementary proofs, some of them new. This second edition contains two new chapters that provide a complete proof of the Mordel-Weil theorem for elliptic curves over the rational numbers and an overview of recent progress on the arithmetic of elliptic curves.
p-Adic Valued Distributions in Mathematical Physics (Mathematics and Its Applications (closed))
Andrei Y. KhrennikovThis book is devoted to the study of non-Archimedean, and especially p-adic mathematical physics. Basic questions about the nature and possible applications of such a theory are investigated. Interesting physical models are developed like the p-adic universe, where distances can be infinitely large p-adic numbers, energies and momentums. Two types of measurement algorithms are shown to exist, one generating real values and one generating p-adic values. The mathematical basis for the theory is a well developed non-Archimedean analysis, and subjects that are treated include non-Archimedean valued distributions using analytic test functions, Gaussian and Feynman non-Archimedean distributions with applications to quantum field theory, differential and pseudo-differential equations, infinite-dimensional non-Archimedean analysis, and p-adic valued theory of probability and statistics.
This volume will appeal to a wide range of researchers and students whose work involves mathematical physics, functional analysis, number theory, probability theory, stochastics, statistical physics or thermodynamics.
p-adic Numbers, p-adic Analysis, and Zeta-Functions
NEAL KoblitzThe first edition of this work has become the standard introduction to the theory of p-adic numbers at both the advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate level. This second edition includes a deeper treatment of p-adic functions in Ch. 4 to include the Iwasawa logarithm and the p-adic gamma-function, the rearrangement and addition of some exercises, the inclusion of an extensive appendix of answers and hints to the exercises, as well as numerous clarifications.
Introductory Real Analysis
A. N. Kolmogorov, S. V. FominSelf-contained and comprehensive, this elementary introduction to real and functional analysis is readily accessible to those with background in advanced calculus. It covers basic concepts and introductory principles in set theory, metric spaces, topological and linear spaces, linear functionals and linear operators, and much more. 350 problems. 1970 edition.
Elementary Classical Analysis
Jerrold E. Marsden, Michael J. HoffmanDesigned for courses in advanced calculus and introductory real analysis, Elementary Classical Analysis strikes a careful balance between pure and applied mathematics with an emphasis on specific techniques important to classical analysis without vector calculus or complex analysis. Intended for students of engineering and physical science as well as of pure mathematics.
Análisis clásico elemental
M. Hoffman, J. Marsden
Topological Methods in Euclidean Spaces
Gregory L. Naber, MathematicsExtensive development of a number of topics central to topology, including elementary combinatorial techniques, Sperner's Lemma, the Brouwer Fixed Point Theorem, homotopy theory and the fundamental group, simplicial homology theory, the Hopf Trace Theorem, the Lefschetz Fixed Point Theorem, the Stone-Weierstrass Theorem, and Morse functions. Includes new section of solutions to selected problems.
Riemannian Geometry
Peter PetersenThis book is intended for a one year course in Riemannian Geometry. It will serve as a single source, introducing students to the important techniques and theorems while also containing enough background on advanced topics to appeal to those students wishing to specialize in Riemannian Geometry. Instead of variational techniques, the author uses a unique approach emphasizing distance functions and special coordinate systems. He also uses standard calculus with some techniques from differential equations, instead of variational calculus, thereby providing a more elementary route for students. Many of the chapters contain material typically found in specialized texts and never before published together in one source. Key sections include noteworthy coverage of: geodesic geometry, Bochner technique, symmetric spaces, holonomy, comparison theory for both Ricci and sectional curvature, and convergence theory. This volume is one of the few published works to combine both the geometric parts of Riemannian geometry and the analytic aspects of the theory as well as presenting the most up-to-date research including sections on convergence and compactness of families of manifolds. This book will appeal to readers with a knowledge of standard manifold theory, including such topics as tensors and Stoke's theorem. Scattered throughout the text is a variety of exercises which will help to motivate readers to deepen their understanding of the subject.
Introductory Functional Analysis: With Applications to Boundary Value Problems and Finite Elements
B.D. ReddyProviding an introduction to functional analysis, this text treats in detail its application to boundary-value problems and finite elements, and is distinguished by the fact that abstract concepts are motivated and illustrated wherever possible. It is intended for use by senior undergraduates and graduates in mathematics, the physical sciences and engineering, who may not have been exposed to the conventional prerequisites for a course in functional analysis, such as real analysis. Mature researchers wishing to learn the basic ideas of functional analysis will equally find this useful. Offers a good grounding in those aspects of functional analysis which are most relevant to a proper understanding and appreciation of the mathematical aspects of boundary-value problems and the finite element method.
Non-Archimedean functional analysis
A. C. M. van Rooij
Functional Analysis
Walter Rudin
Topological Vector Spaces
H.H. SchaeferIntended as a systematic text on topological vector spaces, this text assumes familiarity with the elements of general topology and linear algebra. Similarly, the elementary facts on Hilbert and Banach spaces are not discussed in detail here, since the book is mainly addressed to those readers who wish to go beyond the introductory level. Each of the chapters is preceded by an introduction and followed by exercises, which in turn are devoted to further results and supplements, in particular, to examples and counter-examples, and hints have been given where appropriate. This second edition has been thoroughly revised and includes a new chapter on C^* and W^* algebras.
Analyse, volume 3
Ultrametric Calculus: An Introduction to p-Adic Analysis
W. H. SchikhofThis is an introduction to p-adic analysis which is elementary yet complete and which displays the variety of applications of the subject. Dr Schikhof is able to point out and explain how p-adic and 'real' analysis differ. This approach guarantees the reader quickly becomes acquainted with this equally 'real' analysis and appreciates its relevance. The reader's understanding is enhanced and deepened by the large number of exercises included throughout; these both test the reader's grasp and extend the text in interesting directions. As a consequence, this book will become a standard reference for professionals (especially in p-adic analysis, number theory and algebraic geometry) and will be welcomed as a textbook for advanced students of mathematics familiar with algebra and analysis.
Théorie des distributions. Troisième cycle et recherche
Laurent Schwartz
Problems and Solutions for Complex Analysis
Rami ShakarchiAll the exercises plus their solutions for Serge Lang's fourth edition of "Complex Analysis," ISBN 0-387-98592-1. The problems in the first 8 chapters are suitable for an introductory course at undergraduate level and cover power series, Cauchy's theorem, Laurent series, singularities and meromorphic functions, the calculus of residues, conformal mappings, and harmonic functions. The material in the remaining 8 chapters is more advanced, with problems on Schwartz reflection, analytic continuation, Jensen's formula, the Phragmen-Lindeloef theorem, entire functions, Weierstrass products and meromorphic functions, the Gamma function and Zeta function. Also beneficial for anyone interested in learning complex analysis.
Counterexamples in Topology
Lynn Arthur Steen, J. Arthur Seebach Jr.Over 140 examples, preceded by a succinct exposition of general topology and basic terminology. Each example treated as a whole. Over 25 Venn diagrams and charts summarize properties of the examples, while discussions of general methods of construction and change give readers insight into constructing counterexamples. Includes problems and exercises, correlated with examples. Bibliography. 1978 edition.
An Introduction to Functional Analysis
Charles SwartzBased on an introductory, graduate-level course given by Swartz at New Mexico State U., this textbook, written for students with a moderate knowledge of point set topology and integration theory, explains the principles and theories of functional analysis and their applications, showing the interpla
Procesos estocásticos
C. Tudor
Vector Measures
J. J. UhlIn this survey the authors endeavor to give a comprehensive examination of the theory of measures having values in Banach spaces. The interplay between topological and geometric properties of Banach spaces and the properties of measures having values in Banach spaces is the unifying theme. The first chapter deals with countably additive vector measures finitely additive vector measures, the Orlicz-Pettis theorem and its relatives. Chapter II concentrates on measurable vector valued functions and the Bochner integral. Chapter III begins the study of the interplay among the Radon-Nikodym theorem for vector measures, operators on $L_1$ and topological properties of Banach spaces.A variety of applications is given in the next chapter. Chapter V deals with martingales of Bochner integrable functions and their relation to dentable subsets of Banach spaces. Chapter VI is devoted to a measure-theoretic study of weakly compact absolutely summing and nuclear operators on spaces of continuous functions. In Chapter VII a detailed study of the geometry of Banach spaces with the Radon-Nikodym property is given. The next chapter deals with the use of Radon-Nikodym theorems in the study of tensor products of Banach spaces. The last chapter concludes the survey with a discussion of the Liapounoff convexity theorem and other geometric properties of the range of a vector measure. Accompanying each chapter is an extensive survey of the literature and open problems.
Measure and Integral: An Introduction to Real Analysis
Richard Wheeden, Richard L. Wheeden, Antoni ZygmundThis volume develops the classical theory of the Lebesgue integral and some of its applications. The integral is initially presented in the context of n-dimensional Euclidean space, following a thorough study of the concepts of outer measure and measure. A more general treatment of the integral, based on an axiomatic approach, is later given.

Closely related topics in real variables, such as functions of bounded variation, the Riemann-Stieltjes integral, Fubini's theorem, L(p)) classes, and various results about differentiation are examined in detail. Several applications of the theory to a specific branch of analysis—harmonic analysis—are also provided. Among these applications are basic facts about convolution operators and Fourier series, including results for the conjugate function and the Hardy-Littlewood maximal function.

Measure and Integral: An Introduction to Real Analysis provides an introduction to real analysis for student interested in mathematics, statistics, or probability. Requiring only a basic familiarity with advanced calculus, this volume is an excellent textbook for advanced undergraduate or first-year graduate student in these areas.