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Integral, Measure and Derivative: A Unified Approach by Shilov

  1. May 3, 2013 #1
    Greetings!

    Can anyone tell me a little bit about the book Integral, Measure and Derivative: A Unified Approach by Shilov? Is it suitable for self-study? I am wishing to study the basics of measure theory. I will be using the text alongside Kreyszig's Funcational Analysis. Having already started the Kreyszig text, I can comment that it is crystal clear! As such, I am looking for a text at a similar level of difficulty (or written at the same level of clarity). Thank you for the input.


    https://www.amazon.com/Integral-Mea..._B001H6KZ0Q_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1367620897&sr=1-2

    P.S. I also purchased Cohn's text on Measure Theory. I have skimmed it; it seems "alright." I would maybe like to use that text as a follow up.
     
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  3. May 6, 2013 #2
    Frankly, I haven't. However, I have read several of his other works (Elementary Real and Complex Analysis, Linear Algebra, Elementary Functional Analysis), and so I can attest to the superb quality of his writting.
     
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