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Beschreibung* Embraces a broad range of topics in analysis requiring only a sound knowledge of calculus and the functions of one variable. * Filled with beautiful illustrations, examples, exercises at the end of each chapter, and a comprehensive index.
InhaltsverzeichnisPreface * Real Numbers and Natural Numbers * Sequences of Real Numbers * Integer Numbers: Congruences, Counting and Infinity * Complex Numbers * Polynomials, Rational Functions and Trigonometric Polynomials * Series * Power Series * Discrete Processes * Mathematicans and Other Scientists * Bibliographical Notes * Index
Pressestimmen"This self-contained book aims to introduce the main ideas for studying approximation processes, more generally discrete processes at graduate level. The use of computers induces a growing need for studying discrete processes.... A key feature this lively yet rigorous and systematic treatment is the historical accounts of ideas and methods of the subject. Ideas in mathematics develop in cultural, historical and economical contexts, thus the authors made brief accounts of those aspects and used a large number of beautiful illustrations.... Each chapter has a short summary where the most important facts discussed are collected and described. There is also a large number of exercises inserted at various points into the text....The book is meant principally for graduate students in mathematics, physics, engineering, and computer science, but it can be used at technological and scientific faculties by anyone who wants to approach these topics. It may also be used in graduate seminars and courses or as a reference text by mathematicians, physicists, and engineers." -Zentralblatt MATH
"Mathematical Analysis does contain a substantial amount of material that is unusual in terms of an introductory text in real analysis...These are all interesting topics that have gained increasing importance in modern applications of mathematics, albeit outside the traditional area of analysis. It is very nice to have these topics developed outside a specialized textbook, in, e.g., combinatorics, dynamical systems, or number theory. The authors do a very good job presenting this material...Mathematical Analysis includes substantial amounts of historical background...The book also contains a lot of examples...I can happily recommend Mathematical Analysis as a good resource for instructors of introductory analysis courses, especially in terms of providing some unusual applications of analysis and developments of some basic classic topics that are often shortchanged in standard texts." -SIAM Review
"This is the second volume of a series on analysis. ... a real hodgepodge that could only be the primary textbook for a course specifically based on it. ... In this series Giaquinta and Modica have set themselves the formidable task of constructing from scratch an analysis sequence of several years length. ... they have more regard for classical topics and arguments than most authors writing analysis books today. ... I enjoyed reading this volume ... ." (Warren Johnson, The Mathematical Association of America, January, 2010)
Untertitel: Approximation and Discrete Processes. Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2004. Book. Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: September 2004
Seitenanzahl: 404 Seiten