Published June 3, 2003
by Birkhäuser Boston .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||568|
Basic Real Analysis requires of the reader only familiarity with some linear algebra and real variable theory, the very beginning of group theory, and an acquaintance with proofs. It is suitable as a text in an advanced undergraduate course in real variable theory and in most basic graduate courses in Lebesgue integration and related : Birkhäuser Basel. Cornerstones of Real Analysis systematically develops the concepts and tools that are vital to every mathematician, whether pure or applied, aspiring or established. This work presents a comprehensive treatment with a global view of the subject, emphasizing the connections between real analysis and other branches of mathematics. The book (volume I) starts with analysis on the real line, going through sequences, series, and then into continuity, the derivative, and the Riemann integral using the Darboux approach. There are plenty of available detours along the way, or we . Analysis is the branch of mathematics that deals with inequalities and limits. The present course deals with the most basic concepts in analysis. The goal of the course is to acquaint the reader with rigorous proofs in analysis and also to set a ﬁrm foundation for calculus of one variable (and several variables if volume II is also considered).
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The book is a clear and well-structured introduction to real analysis aimed at senior undergraduate and beginning graduate students. The prerequisites are few, but a certain mathematical sophistication is required. The text contains carefully worked out examples which contribute motivating and helping to understand the by: The book is a clear and well-structured introduction to real analysis aimed at senior undergraduate and beginning graduate students. The prerequisites are few, but a certain mathematical sophistication is required. The text contains carefully worked out examples which contribute motivating and helping to understand the theory. Basic Real Analysis demonstrates the richness of real analysis, giving students an introduction both to mathematical rigor and to the deep theorems and counter examples that arise from such rigor. In this modern and systematic text, all the touchstone results and fundamentals are carefully presented in a style that requires little prior familiarity with proofs or mathematical language.5/5(2). Basic Real Analysis is a modern, systematic text that presents the fundamentals and touchstone results of the subject in full rigor, but in a style that requires little prior familiarity with proofs or mathematical language. Key features include: * A broad view of mathematics throughout the book.