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James Humphreys (Chair)
David Saltman
David Sattinger
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2000 Mathematics Subject Classification. Primary 26-01;
Secondary 26A39, 26A42, 28-01.
ABSTRACT. This book gives an introduction to integration theory via the "generalized Riemann
integral" due to Henstock and Kurzweil. The class of integrable functions coincides with those
of Denjoy and Perron and includes all conditionally convergent improper integrals as well as the
Lebesgue integrable functions. Using this general integral the author gives a full treatment of the
Lebesgue integral on the line.
The book is designed for students of mathematics and of the natural sciences and economics. An
understanding of elementary real analysis is assumed, but no familiarity with topology or measure
theory is needed. The author provides many examples and a large collection of exercises—many
with solutions.
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Bartle, Robert Gardner, 1927-
A modern theory of integration / Robert G. Bartle.
p. cm. (Graduate studies in mathematics ; v. 32)
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
ISBN 0-8218-0845-1 (alk. paper)
1. Integrals. I. Title. II. Series.
QA312 .B32 2001
515'.42—dc21 00-065063
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