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|Lectures||MWF 10:30--11:20 in WEH 8201.|
|Office Hours||Mondays 11:30-12:20.|
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|Midterm||Fri, Oct 11. (Closed book, in class.)|
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|Grading||Homework: 20%, midterm: 30%, final: 50%.|
This is a first graduate course on Measure Theory, and will at least include the following.
This will be followed by some special topics (e.g. Fourier Analysis).
Since measure theory is fundamental to modern analysis, there is no dearth of references (translation: I'm not writing lecture notes). Here are a few other nice references I recommend.