Modern Real and Complex Analysis Thorough, well--written, and encyclopedic in its coverage, this text offers a lucid presentation of all the topics essential to graduate study in analysis. While maintaining the strictest standards of rigor, Professor Gelbaum's approach is designed to appeal to intuition whenever possible. Modern Real and Complex Analysis provides up--to--date treatment of such subjects as the Daniell integration, differentiation, functional analysis and Banach algebras, conformal mapping and Bergman's kernels, defective functions, Riemann surfaces and uniformization, and the role of convexity in analysis. The text supplies an abundance of exercises and illustrative examples to reinforce learning, and extensive notes and remarks to help clarify important points.
BERNARD R. GELBAUM is Professor of Mathematics at the State University of New York at Buffalo. He has previously served on the faculties of the University of Minnesota, the University of California, Irvine, and as a Fulbright Senior Scholar at University College, Galway, Ireland. He has published research in analysis and probability theory and is the author of Theorems and Counterexamples in Mathematics; Problems in Real and Complex Analysis; and Linear Algebra: Basics, Practice and Theory.