# University of California, Berkeley (Cal)

## MATH 202B

### Introduction to Topology and Analysis

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Measure And Integration. Product Measures And Fubini-type Theorems. Signed Measures; Hahn And Jordan Decompositions. Radon-nikodym Theorem. Integration On The Line And In Rn. Differentiation Of The Integral. Hausdorff Measures. Fourier Transform. Introduction To Linear Topological Spaces, Banach Spaces And Hilbert Spaces. Banach-steinhaus Theorem; Closed Graph Theorem. Hahn-banach Theorem. Duality; The Dual Of Lp. Measures On Locally Compact Spaces; The Dual Of C(x). Weak And Weak-* Topologies; Banach-alaoglu Theorem. Convexity And The Krein-milman Theorem. Additional Topics Chosen May Include Compact Operators, Spectral Theory Of Compact Operators, And Applications To Integral Equations.MATH 202B Course Description

Measure And Integration. Product Measures And Fubini-type Theorems. Signed Measures; Hahn And Jordan Decompositions. Radon-nikodym Theorem. Integration On The Line And In Rn. Differentiation Of The Integral. Hausdorff Measures. Fourier Transform. Introduction To Linear Topological Spaces, Banach Spaces And Hilbert Spaces. Banach-steinhaus Theorem; Closed Graph Theorem. Hahn-banach Theorem. Duality; The Dual Of Lp. Measures On Locally Compact Spaces; The Dual Of C(x). Weak And Weak-* Topologies; Banach-alaoglu Theorem. Convexity And The Krein-milman Theorem. Additional Topics Chosen May Include Compact Operators, Spectral Theory Of Compact Operators, And Applications To Integral Equations.

## Professors Who Teach MATH 202B

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M Rieffel
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MATH 202B Introduction to Topology and Analysis
Great teaching. Learned a lot through his teaching. Expect the material to be tough since it's a graduate analysis course (though considered relatively easy when compared to other courses). Homework good for learning and thinking. Attendance is mandatory since his teaching is not based on textbooks. Enthusiastic and sometimes talks about the application of operator algebra and approximation theory. Good for undergraduates to learn more about analysis. |
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J Holmer
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D Sarason
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M Ratner
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F Christ
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