5 edition of Elementary Introduction to the Lebesgue Integral found in the catalog.
Published 2018 by Administrator in Taylor & Francis Group
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Statement | Taylor & Francis Group |
Publishers | Taylor & Francis Group |
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LC Classifications | 2018 |
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Pagination | xvi, 105 p. : |
Number of Pages | 45 |
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ISBN 10 | nodata |
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For this reason, it is vital that mathematical students properly understand the complexities of the Lebesgue integral. However, most texts about the subject are geared towards graduate students, which makes it a challenge for instructors to properly teach and for less advanced students to learn.
Since the early twentieth century, the Lebesgue integral has been a mainstay of mathematical analysis because of its important properties with respect to limits. Finally, in the middle part are considered several important instances of measurable sets, approximation by open and closed sets as well as different methods of convergence. First we have a useful text on the Lebesgue theory that is accessible to the normal undergraduate students and the second one is that the text will be a valuable tool for all mathematicians.
To make this book accessible for all readers, the author presents the text as a synthesis of the ideas therein and the concrete technical realisation which allows the readers to receive a good and proper understanding of the exposed mater. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, Elementary Introduction to the Lebesgue Integral the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag.
Finally, in the middle part are considered several important instances of measurable sets, approximation by open and closed sets as well as different methods of convergence.
The student will be familiar with the real numbers and will be comfortable internalizing the new ideas of measure theory in that context. This is important because the Lebesgue integral theory traditionally creates more missunderstanding when compared to more widely used integrals like the Riemann integral for example.
This book describes these ideas in an elementary accessible way. For this reason, it is vital that mathematical students properly understand the complexities of the Lebesgue integral.
Ensuring that the subject is accessible for all readers, the author presents the text in a clear and concrete manner which allows readers to focus on the real line. The book contains a preface and 16 chapters and it is self-contained for the reader's convenience independently from their quali cation.
Finally, in the middle part are considered several important instances of measurable sets, approximation by open and closed sets as well as different methods of convergence.
The book is an excellent example how with a clear and understanding exposition of the Lebesgue integral theory the author can achieve two purposes.
Since the early twentieth century, the Lebesgue integral has been a mainstay of mathematical analysis because of its important properties with respect to limits.