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MAT 324: Real Analysis
Course Instructor: Mark McLean (markmclean AT math.stonybrook.edu)
Grader: Prithviraj Chowdhury (prithviraj.chowdhury AT stonybrook.edu)
Class Time and Location: Tuesday and Thursday 10:00am-11:20am in Physics P-124.
Pre-requisites: C or higher in MAT 203 or 205 or 307 or AMS 261; B or higher in MAT 320
Description: Introduction to Lebesgue measure and integration. Aspects of Fourier series, function spaces, Hilbert spaces, Banach spaces.
Textbook: Marek Capinski & Ekkehard Kopp, Measure, Integral and Probability, 2nd ed., Springer-Verlag, Springer Undergraduate Mathematics Series, ISBN 1-85233-781-8.
Note that the book as some mistakes. The official erratum is
here and Aleksey Zinger has additional comments and corrections
Office Hours (Mark McLean):
Office Hours (Prithviraj Chowdhury):
- Monday 1pm-2pm (Math 4-114)
- Tuesday 11:30am-12:30pm (Math 4-114).
- Wednesday 1pm-2pm (Math 4-114)
- Wednesday 1pm-2pm (Math 5-125A)
- Wednesday 3:30pm-4:30pm (Math 5-125A)
Students are expected to attend class regularly and to keep up with the material presented in the lecture and the assigned reading.
- Homework – 25%
- Midterm – 30%
- Final – 45%
- Midterm - Tuesday October 23rd, 10:00am-11:20am in Physics P-124
- Final Exam - Thursday, December 20, 8:00am-10:45am
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