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Measure theory by D.H. Fremlin
I’m voting this up because it’s a great book! These results culminate in the proof of the Riesz representation theorem for bounded linear functions. Sorry for such a tedious question. It is a pretty good textbook, but misprints really ruin the fun of reading. In addition, you need a good book on Lebesgue measure on Euclidean spaaces.
A wonderful feature of this treatment is the generality; the result is established in one of the most general forms possible. Terry Tao has notes about the subject on his blog, see here. Return to Book Page. The book reads magnificently and the flow of results is excellent; almost all results are stated in context. It seems unnecessary to add to this long list of great books, but Real Analysis and Probability by R.
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Although the topic of my thesis is on stochastic integration, I do want to review measure theory at a more general level, which means it could emphasize on both aspects of analysis and probability.
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However, the writing style is idiosyncratic and takes some time of getting used to. An at least rudimentary knowledge of differentiation and uniform convergence is very helpful at times.
Perhaps my answers will be idiosyncratic, since I’m a philosopher of science who hasn’t taken any math since Calculus apart from some logic courses, and my main interest in measure theory was for the sake of probability theory. Several results from this chapter are also used later in this book; most notable is the use of the differentiation theorem of measures in the study of of harmonic functions in chapter The exercises have detailed solutions too.
Month January February March April May June July August September October November December Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Year Folland’s text “Real Analysis” is highly extensive and covers many topics in measure theory which you rarely see in other books, e.
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I certainly recommend this book with my deepest enthusiasm. For example, Royden discusses measure theory on Euclidean space and then covers abstract measure theory later in the book.
Dear Theo, I downvoted a couple of answers because I felt that there was no indication as to why the recommendation was good. I observed this several times already. I wish the book covers most of the topics in measure theory. If your answer is downvoted, you might get the impression that detailed reviews of books are not appreciated, while in fact the rfemlin is just that people don’t like the book you recommend.