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The aim of this course is to give an introduction to the integratipn of measure and integration with respect to a measure. The material covered lays foundations for courses in “Functional Analysis”, “Harmonic Analysis” and “Probability Theory”.

Starting with the need to define Lebesgue Integral, extension theory for measures will be covered. Abstract theory of integration with respect to a measure and introduction to Lp spaces, product measure spaces, Fubini’s theorem, absolute continuity and Radon-Nikodym theorem will integratlon covered.

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## An Introduction to Measure and Integration

This is an advanced-level course in Real Analysis. Lecture 01 – Introduction, Extended Real Numbers. Lecture 03 – Sigma Algebra Generated by a Class. Lecture 06 – The Length Function and its Properties.

### An Introduction to Measure and Integration : Inder K. Rana :

Lecture 08 – Uniqueness Problem for Measure. Lecture 09 – Extension of Measure. Lecture 10 – Outer Measure and its Properties. Lecture 12 – Lebesgue Measure and its Properties. Lecture 13 – Characterization of Lebesgue Measurable Sets.

## An Introduction to Measure and Integration: Second Edition

Lecture 14 – Measurable Functions. Lecture 15 – Properties of Measurable Functions.

Lecture 16 – Measurable Functions on Measure Spaces. Lecture 21 – Dominated Convergence Theorem and Applications. Lecture 22 – Lebesgue Integral and its Properties.

Lecture 23 – Denseness of Continuous Function. Lecture 24 – Product Measures: Lecture 25 – Construction of Product Measure.

Lecture 26 – Computation of Product Measure I. Lecture 28 – Integration on Product Spaces.

Lecture 30 – Lebesgue Measure and Integral on R2. Lecture 32 – Lebesgue Integral on R2.

### An Introduction to Measure and Integration: Second Edition

Lecture 33 – Integrating Complex-Valued Functions. Lecture 38 – Absolutely Continuous Measures. Lecture 39 – Modes of Convergence. Lecture 40 – Convergence in Measure. Measure and Integration Instructor: