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This text presents a motivated introduction to the theory of measure and integration. Starting with an historical introduction to the notion of integral and a preview of the Riemann integral, the reader is motivated for the need to study the Lebesgue measure and Lebesgue integral. The abstract integration theory is developed via measure. Other basic topics discussed in the text are Fubini's Theorem, Lp-spaces, Radon-Nikodym Theorem, change of variables formulas, signed and complex measures.
ISBN alk. Lebesgue integral. Measure theory. Graduate texts in mathematics ; R28 '. Copying and reprinting. Individual readers of this publication, and nonprofit libraries acting for them, are permitted to make fair use of the material, such as to copy a chapter for use in teaching or research.
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First Edition by Narosa Publishing House. Second Edition by Narosa Publishing House. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. Q The paper used in this book is acid-free and falls within the guidelines established to ensure permanence and durability. Historical notes: The integral from antiquity to Riemann 30 X1. Drawbacks of the Riemann integral Chapter 2.
Recipes for extending the Riemann integral 45 2. A function theoretic view of the Riemann integral 45 X2. Lebesgue's recipe 47 2. Riesz-Daniel recipe Extension from semi-algebra to the generated algebra 58 3. Impossibility of extending the length function to all subsets of the real line 61 3.
Countably additive set functions on intervals 62 3. Countably additive set functions on algebras 64 3. The induced outer measure 70 3. Choosing nice sets: Measurable sets 74 3.
The a-algebras and extension from the algebra to the generated a-algebra 80 3. Un iqueness of the extension 84 3. Co mpletion of a measure space Chapter 4.
The Lebesgue measure on R and its properties 95 4. The Lebesgue measure 95 4. Relation of Lebesgue measurable sets with topologically nice subsets of R 99 4. Properties of the Lebesgue measure with respect to the group structure on R 4. Uniqueness of the Lebesgue measure 4. Nonmeasurable subsets of ][8 4. The Lebesgue-Stieltjes measure Chapter 5. Integration 5. Integral of nonnegative simple measurable functions 5. Integral of nonnegative measurable functions 5.
Intrinsic characterization of nonnegative measurable functions 5. Integrable functions 5. The Lebesgue integral and its relation with the Riemann integral 5. L1 [a, b] as completion of R[a, b] 5. Another dense subspace of L1 [a, b] 5. Chapter 6. Fundamental theorem of calculus for the Lebesgue integral 6.
Absolutely continuous functions Differentiability of monotone functions 6. Fundamental theorem of calculus and its applications Chapter 7. Measure and integration on product spaces 7. Introduction 7. Product of measure spaces 7. Integration on product spaces: Fubini's theorems 7. Lebesgue measure on ][82 and its properties X7.
Product of finitely many measure spaces Chapter 8. Modes of convergence and LP spaces 8. Integration of complex-valued functions 8. Convergence: Pointwise, almost everywhere, uniform and almost uniform 8. Convergence in measure 8. Lp spaces 8. Dense subspaces of LP X8. Convolution and regularization of functions X8.
Loo X, S, : The space of essentially bounded functions L2 X, S, : The space of square integrable functions 8. L2-convergence of Fourier series Chapter 9. The Radon-Nikodym theorem and its applications 9. Absolutely continuous measures and the Radon-Nikodym theorem Computation of the Radon-Nikodym derivative X9.
Change of variable formulas Chapter But the attitude of introverted science is un- suitable for students who seek intellectual independence rather than indoctrination; disregard for applications and intuition leads to isola- tion and atrophy of mathematics. It seems extremely important that students and instructors should be protected from smug purism. This text presents a motivated introduction to the subject which goes under various headings such as Real Analysis, Lebesgue Measure and Integration, Measure Theory, Modern Analysis, Advanced Analysis, and so on.
The subject originated with the doctoral dissertation of the French mathematician Henri Lebesgue and was published in under the ti- tle Integrable, Longueur, Aire.
The books of C. Caratheodory  and , S. Saks , I. Natanson  and P. Halmos  presented these ideas in a unified way to make them accessible to mathematicians. Because of its fundamental importance and its applications in diverse branches of mathe- matics, the subject has become a part of the graduate level curriculum.
Historically, the theory of Lebesgue integration evolved in an effort to remove some of the drawbacks of the Riemann integral see Chapter 1. However, most of the time in a course on Lebesgue measure and integra- tion, the connection between the two notions of integrals comes up only. In this text, after a review of the Riemann integral, the reader is acquainted with the need to extend it. Possible methods to carry out this extension are sketched before the actual theory is presented.
This approach has given satisfying results to the author in teaching this subject over the years and hence the urge to write this text. These notes were slowly augmented with additional material so as to cover topics which have applications in other branches of mathematics.
The end product is a text which includes many informal comments and is written in a lecture-note style. Any new concept is introduced only when it is needed in the logical development of the subject and it is discussed informally before the exact definition appears. The subject matter is developed by motivating examples and probing questions, as is normally done while teaching.
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This text presents a motivated introduction to the theory of measure and integration. Starting with an historical introduction to the notion of integral and a preview of the Riemann integral, the reader is motivated for the need to study the Lebesgue measure and Lebesgue integral. The abstract integration theory is developed via measure.