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FAQ Policy. About this Textbook As its title indicates, this book is intended to serve as a textbook for an introductory course in mathematical analysis. Show all. Table of contents 9 chapters Table of contents 9 chapters The rudiments of set theory Pages Brown, Arlen et al. Number systems Pages Brown, Arlen et al.
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Linear algebra Pages Brown, Arlen et al. Cardinal numbers Pages Brown, Arlen et al. It is based on a lecture course taught by the author and includes a wide variety of exercises. The book will help the reader to reach a level of understanding sufficient to start pursuing research in this exciting area.
Undergraduate and graduate students and researchers interested in random walks on graphs and groups. Anybody who has ever read a mathematical text of the author would agree that his way of presenting complex material is nothing short of marvelous. This new book showcases again the author's unique ability of presenting challenging topics in a clear and accessible manner, and of guiding the reader with ease to a deep understanding of the subject.
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