SUNY Stony Brook

Office: 4-112 Mathematics Building

Phone: (516)-632-8274

Dept. Phone: (516)-632-8290

FAX: (516)-632-7631

Time and place: MWF 11:45-12:40, Physics 116

We will follow the text `Measure, Integral and Probability' by Marek Capinski and Ekkehard Kopp (Springer-Verlag, Springer Undergraduate Mathematics Series, ISBN 1-85233-781-8). We should cover all of Chapters 1-5, and perhaps parts of Chapters 6,7,8 as time permits.

This is definitely a course with proofs. Homework problems will be asssigned for each section and there will be an inclass midterm on Friday, Oct 27 and a final at a time to be set (Scheduled time is Monday Dec 18 at 2-4:30).

Please hand homework in on or before due date. I will try to discuss the problems on the following meeting. Incorrect problems may be rewritten and handed back in for partial credit.

MIDTERM in class on Wednesday, Oct 25.
Midterm 1 sample exam in PDF

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Chapter 1: Motivation and preliminaries

Problem set 1 is due Wed, Sept 13

Problem set 1 in PDF

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Chapter 2: Measure

Problem Set 2a

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Problem Set 2b

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Chapter 3: Measureable functions

Problem Set 3 --- Due Wed Nov 8

Problem set 3 in PDF

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Problem set 3 in TeX

Chapter 4: Integral --- Due Wed Nov 15

Problem Set 4

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Chapter 5: Spaces of Integrable functions

Problem Set 5 --- Due ??

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Chapter 6: Product measures

Chapter 7: The Radon-Nikodym theorem

Chapter 8: Limit theorems

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