**A Concise Introduction to the Theory of Integration** Daniel W. Stroock is available to download

**A Concise Introduction to the Theory of Integration** Daniel W.*A Concise Introduction to ...* Textbook Stroock |

**Type:** | eBook |

**Released:** | 1994 |

**Publisher:** | Birkhauser |

**Page Count:** | 191 |

**Format:** | djvu |

**Language:** | English |

**ISBN-10:** | 0817637591 |

**ISBN-13:** | 9780817637590 |

From Scientific American
"This book, unusual in many respects, fully achieves its goal, a one-semester, concise but logically complete treatment of abstract integration. There are only 148 pages, making the book psychologically attractive and a price of $18..."
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Review
"This is a very attractive textbook… Unusual in many respects, [it] fully achieves its goal, a one-semester, concise but logically complete treatment of abstract integration. It is remarkable that [the author] has accomplished so much in so short a compass."
- Mathematical Reviews (review of the first edition)
"A number of valuable applications and a good collection of problems... A very interesting, well-informed book which draws on recent approaches not found in several commonly used texts."
- Zentralblatt Math (review of the second edition)
"The author succeeded in choosing the right level of generality and showed how a good combination of a measure and integration course and advanced calculus can be done. Strongly recommended to students as well as to teachers."
- EMS Newsletter (review of the second edition)
"...the author is a distinguished probabilist/analyst who has made seminal contributions to the interface of probability theory with PDEs/harmonic analysis/functional analysis; the flavor of all these subjects is brought out in the book, especially in chapters V-VII...[the] book can be highly rewarding, serving as a launching pad for an intensive study of any branch of analysis including probability theory."
--Current Science (review of the third edition)
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