Mathematics Department - Math 502 - Theory of Functions of a Real Variable II

Math 502 - Theory of Functions of a Real Variable II

General Information

This course is a continuation of 640:501 from Fall 2006. The goal is to give an introduction to core topics in real and functional analysis that every professional mathematician should know.

Current Semester: Spring 2016

Prof. Sussmann


Previous semesters:

    Spring 2015    Prof. Nussbaum
    Spring 2014    Prof. Chanillo
    Spring 2013    Prof. Carlen
    Spring 2012    Prof. Chanillo
    Spring 2011    Prof. Nussbaum
    Spring 2010    Prof. Han
    Spring 2009    Prof. Carlen
    Spring 2007    Prof. Goodman
    Spring 2004    Prof. Goodman


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