An Introduction to Measure and Integration: Second Edition
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The presentation begins with measures on sigma-algebras of sets and, after a strenuous workout with sets, segues to finitely and countably additive and sub-additive functions on such. This is then followed by an entire chapter devoted to the Lebesgue integral, signed measures and the Radon-Nikodym derivative.
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A chapter on differentiation and integration follows. The presentation for this is very classical and oriented around the concepts of bounded variation and absolute continuity. Finally the classical Banach spaces appear in all their p -norm glory. Every i is dotted and every t is crossed as one of my old teachers used to say.
At this point, after pages of reading, the avid reader might wish to pause to catch her breath before plunging into the remaining pages of this tome. A word on exercises: this book has of them and they run the gamut from nearly obvious to difficult. They are accessible for anyone who has done the reading and has a burning desire to learn the material.
It was a pleasant surprise to me that a fair number of them actually bridged the yawning chasm between multivariable calculus and real analysis.
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