REAL ANALYSIS

Course Description: 

Introduction to Lebesgue integration theory; measure, σ-algebra, σ-finite measures. Different notion of convergences; product spaces, signed measure, Radon-Nikodym derivative, Fubini and Riesz theorems; Weierstrass approximation theorem. Solid foundation in the Lebesgue integration theory, basic techniques in analysis. It also enhances student’s ability to make their own notes.At the end of the course students are expected to understand the difference between ”naive” and rigorous modern analysis. Should have a glimpse into the topics of functional analysis as well. They must know and recall the main results, proofs, definition. 

Learning Outcomes: 

By the end of the course, students areexperts on the topic of the course, and how to use these methods to solve specific problems. In addition, they develop some special expertise in the topics covered, which they can use efficiently in other mathematical fields, and in applications, as well. They also learn how the topic of the course is interconnected to various other fields in mathematics, and in science, in general. At the end of the course students are expected to understand the difference between ”naive” and rigorous modern analysis. They should have a glimpse into the topics of functional analysis as well. They must know and recall the main results, proofs, definition.

Assessment: 

Weekly homework, midterm, final.

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