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1.1Introduction
1.2"And" and "Or"
1.3"Not" and "If-Then"
1.4Contrapositive, Converse, and "Iff"
1.6Set Theory and Venn Diagrams
1.7Relations and Functions
2.2Equivalence Relations and Equivalence Classes
3.4Some Special Sequences
Series of Numbers
4.1Convergence of Series
4.2Elementary Convergence Tests
4.4Some Special Series
4.5Operations on Series
Basic Topology
5.1Open and Closed Sets
5.2Further Properties of Open and Closed Sets
5.3Compact Sets
5.4The Cantor Set
5.5Connected and Disconnected Sets
5.6Perfect Sets
6.1Definition and Basic Properties of the Limit of a Function
6.2Continuous Functions
6.3Topological Properties and Continuity
6.4Classifying Discontinuities and Monotonicity
7.1The Concept of Derivative
7.2The Mean Value Theorem and Applications
7.3More on the Theory of Differentiation
The Integral
8.1Partitions and The Concept of Integral
8.2Properties of the Riemann Integral
8.3Another Look at the Integral
8.4Advanced Results on Integration Theory
Sequences and Series of Functions
9.1Partial Sums and Pointwise Convergence
9.2 More on Uniform Convergence
9.3Series of Functions
9.4The Weierstrass Approximation Theorem
10.1Power Series
10.2 More on Power Series: Convergence Issues
10.4Logarithms and Powers of Real Numbers
10.5The Gamma Function and Stirling's Formula
11.2The Method of Characteristics
11.3Power Series Methods
12.1The Idea of Harmonic Analysis
12.2The Elements of Fourier Series
12.3 An Introduction to the Fourier Transform
12.3.1Appendix: Approximation by Smooth Functions
12.4.1Remarks on Different Fourier Notations
12.4.2The Dirichlet Problem on the Disc
12.4.3The Poisson Integral
12.4.4The Wave Equation
13.1Review of Linear Algebra
13.2 A New Look at the Basic Concepts of
13.3Properties of the Derivative
13.4The Inverse and Implicit Function Theorems
13.5Differential Forms
13.5.1The Idea of a Differential Form
13.5.2Differential Forms on a Surface
13.5.3General Differential Forms and Stokes's Theorem
Exercises
14.1Metric Spaces
14.2Topology in a Metric Space
14.3The Baire Category Theorem
14.4The Ascoli-Arzela Theorem
14.5The Lebesgue Integral
14.5.1Measurable Sets
14.5.2The Lebesgue Integral
14.5.3Calculating with the Lebesgue Integral
14.6 A Taste of Probability Theory
A Glimpse of Wavelet Theory
15.1Localization in the Time and Space Variables
15.2 A Custom Fourier Analysis
15.3The Haar Basis
15.4Some Illustrative Examples
15.5Closing Remarks
Bibliography
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Real Analysis and Foundations, 2nd Edition

# Real Analysis and Foundations, 2nd Edition

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