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Basic Analysis Gently Done: Topological Vector Spaces

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Basic Analysis Gently Done: Topological Vector Spaces
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Publisher: King's College, London
Number of pages: 129

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These notes are based on lectures given at King's College London (as part of the Mathematics MSc program). The approach here is to discuss topological vector spaces - with normed spaces considered as special cases. Contents: Topological Spaces; Nets; Product Spaces; Separation; Vector Spaces; Topological Vector Spaces; Locally Convex Topological Vector Spaces; Banach Spaces; The Dual Space of a Normed Space; Frechet Spaces.

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