Analyse mathématique I: Convergence, fonctions élémentaires by Roger Godement

By Roger Godement

Les deux premiers volumes de cet ouvrage sont consacrés aux fonctions dans R ou C, y compris l. a. théorie élémentaire des séries et intégrales de Fourier et une partie de celle des fonctions holomorphes. L'exposé, non strictement linéaire, mix symptoms historiques et raisonnements rigoureux. Il montre los angeles diversité des voies d'accès aux principaux résultats afin de familiariser le lecteur avec les méthodes de raisonnement et idées fondamentales plutôt qu'avec les suggestions de calcul, aspect de vue utile aussi aux personnes travaillant seules.
Les volumes three et four traiteront principalement des fonctions analytiques (théorie de Cauchy, théorie analytique des nombres et fonctions modulaires), ainsi que du calcul différentiel sur les variétés, avec un courtroom exposé de l'intégrale de Lebesgue, en suivant d'assez près le célèbre cours donné longtemps par l'auteur à l'Université Paris 7.
On reconnaîtra dans ce nouvel ouvrage le sort inimitable de l'auteur, et pas seulement par son refus de l'écriture condensée en utilization dans de nombreux manuels.

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