|View Poll Results: For those who have used this book|
|Lightly don't Recommend||0||0%|
|Strongly don't Recommend||0||0%|
|Voters: 1. You may not vote on this poll|
|Feb5-13, 07:08 PM||#1|
Functional Analysis by Riesz and Sz.-Nagy
|Feb6-13, 09:25 AM||#2|
To me, this book's explanation of Lebesgue integration is one of the clearest and simplest available. They do it without measure theory first, then give also the version with measures, due to Lebesgue himself. Finally they mention some alternatives. I have used this discussion to explain integration and antidifferentiation as simply as I could in post #9 of the following thread.
But see also posts #12 and #14 where I try to modify some possibly erroneous remarks about question #3 discussed there, which I have been unable to edit out.
|Similar Threads for: Functional Analysis by Riesz and Sz.-Nagy|
|Typo in Riesz Nagy||Topology and Analysis||0|
|Matrix Analysis (Functional Analysis) Question||Calculus & Beyond Homework||9|
|Extend the functional by continuity (Functional analysis)||Calculus & Beyond Homework||2|
|Functional analysis||General Math||3|
|Functional Analysis||Academic Guidance||2|