by I.M. Sigal, M. Merkli
Publisher: University of Toronto 2001
Number of pages: 176
In this course, we deal with modern analysis. Properties of functions are studied as much as they are needed for understanding maps. More specifically, our emphasis is on applications of modern analysis and the material is selected accordingly.
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