Handbook of Analysis and Its FoundationsBy
- Eric Schechter, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.A.
Upper level undergraduate and graduate students in mathematics; practitioners and researchers in mathematics as well. Also, scientists with a beginning graduate level mathematics background.
Hardbound, 883 pages
Published: October 1996
Imprint: Academic Press
"This is quite a book! From the table of contents, it would appear to include just about everything one would want to know about the foundations of analysis. It is well-organized and the exposition in the sample chapters is quitegood?clear, concise, and relatively easy to read. It is very good technically; the author knows what he is talking about."
--George L. Cain, GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
"At the very outset, I would like to say that I am
very much impressedby what I have seen. I have read the Preface and understood the authors purpose and his aims. I admire him for his courage in attempting such a daunting task, and I admire him even more for what appears to me to be a very successful completion of this task.....I am very excited over the prospect of this book being made available; it will be a very usefulreference not only for beginning graduate students, but also for their teachers."
--Robert G. Bartle, EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY