Author | Kirillov, A. A. author |
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Title | Theorems and Problems in Functional Analysis [electronic resource] / by A. A. Kirillov, A. A. Gvishiani |

Imprint | New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer, 1982 |

Connect to | http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4613-8153-2 |

Descript | IX, 347 p. online resource |

SUMMARY

Even the simplest mathematical abstraction of the phenomena of realityยญ the real line-can be regarded from different points of view by different mathematical disciplines. For example, the algebraic approach to the study of the real line involves describing its properties as a set to whose elements we can apply" operations," and obtaining an algebraic model of it on the basis of these properties, without regard for the topological properties. On the other hand, we can focus on the topology of the real line and construct a formal model of it by singling out its" continuity" as a basis for the model. Analysis regards the line, and the functions on it, in the unity of the whole system of their algebraic and topological properties, with the fundamental deductions about them obtained by using the interplay between the algebraic and topological structures. The same picture is observed at higher stages of abstraction. Algebra studies linear spaces, groups, rings, modules, and so on. Topology studies structures of a different kind on arbitrary sets, structures that give matheยญ matical meaning to the concepts of a limit, continuity, a neighborhood, and so on. Functional analysis takes up topological linear spaces, topological groups, normed rings, modules of representations of topological groups in topological linear spaces, and so on. Thus, the basic object of study in functional analysis consists of objects equipped with compatible algebraic and topological structures

CONTENT

Theory -- I Concepts from Set Theory and Topology -- II Theory of Measures and Integrals. -- III Linear Topological Spaces and Linear Operators -- IV The Fourier Transformation and Elements of Harmonic Analysis -- V The Spectral Theory of Operators -- Problems -- I Concepts from Set Theory and Topology -- II Theory of Measures and Integrals. -- III Linear Topological Spaces and Linear Operators -- IV The Fourier Transformation and Elements of Harmonic Analysis -- V The Spectral Theory of Operators -- Hints -- I Concepts from Set Theory and Topology -- II Theory of Measures and Integrals. -- III Linear Topological Spaces and Linear Operators -- IV The Fourier Transformation and Elements of Harmonic Analysis -- V The Spectral Theory of Operators -- List of Notation

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