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Measure Theory

Measure theory is that branch of real analysis which investigates σ-algebras, measures, measurable functions and integrals.

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  • Bartle, Robert Gardner. The Elements of Integration and Lebesgue Measure. Wiley, 1995. 192 p. ISBN 0471042226
  • DiBenedetto, Emmanuele. Real Analysis. Springer, 2002. 420 p. ISBN 0817642315
  • Folland, Gerald B.. Real Analysis: Modern Techniques and Their Applications. 2.ed. 1999. 408 p. ISBN 0471317160
  • Halmos, Paul Richard. Measure Theory. Springer, 1974. ISBN 0387900888
  • Munroe, Marshall Evans. Introduction to Measure and Integration. 2.ed. Addison-Wesley, 1959. 310 p.
  • Royden, M.. Real Analysis. New York: Collier Macmillan, 1988. ISBN 0024041513
  • W. Rudin, Real and Complex analysis, 3.ed. McGraw-Hill International (1987). 430 p. ISBN 0070542341
  • Lang, Serge. Analysis I. 3.ed. Addison-Wesley, 1973. 460 p.
  • Tao, Terence: An introduction to measure theory

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