The classic analysis textbook from Burkill and Burkill, now available in the Cambridge Mathematical Library. This straightforward course, based on the idea of a limit, is intended for students of mathematics and physics who have acquired a working knowledge of the calculus and are ready for a more systematic treatment. The treatment given here also brings in other limiting processes, such as the summation of infinite series and the expansion of trigonometric functions as power series. Particular attention is given to clarity of exposition and the logical development of the subject matter. This, combined with the large number of examples included, ensure that this book will appeal to students of analysis.Read more
- Classic text in analysis, now re-issued in the Cambridge Mathematical Library
- Clear exposition and a great number of examples make this ideal for use by students
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'Books of this quality are rare enough to be hailed enthusiastically… it is so fresh in conception and so lucid in style that it will appeal to anyone who has a genuine interest in mathematics.' The Times Literary SupplementSee more reviews
'It is a pleasure to be able to welcome a book on analysis written by an author who has a sense of style.' Proceedings of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society
'This is an excellent book … If I were teaching a course for honours students of the type described, this book would rank high as a possible choice of text.' Canadian Mathematical Bulletin
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- Date Published: October 2002
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9780521523431
- length: 536 pages
- dimensions: 226 x 147 x 30 mm
- weight: 0.86kg
- contains: 3 b/w illus.
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
1. Sets and functions
2. Metric spaces
3. Continuous functions on metric spaces
4. Limits in the spaces R and Z
5. Uniform convergence
7. Functions from Rm to Rn
8. Integrals in Rn
9. Fourier series
10. Complex function theory
11. Complex integrals, Caucy's theorem
12. Expansions, singularities, residues
13. General theorems, analytic functions
14. Applications to special functions.
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- Advanced Calculus ll
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