Leonid Berlyand, 337 McAllister Bldg,
telephone: 863-9683, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
and by appointment
|Academic Integrity |
|All Penn State Policies regarding ethics and honorable behavior apply to this course.|
Principles of Mathematical Analysis,
by Walter Rudin, 3rd Edition |
- Andrew Browder, Mathematical Analysis an Introduction
|Course content||Functions of several variables: Linear transformations, differentiation, contraction principle, the inverse, implicit, and rank theorems. Elements of Measure Theory. Integration: from Riemann to Lebesgue. Fourier analysis (and, if time permits wavelets). If time permits, manifolds and differential forms will be covered.|
|Classroom||We meet in 144 Fenske.|
The course grade will be based points will be appropriated as follows:
Total homework (and quizzes) 100 points total.
Midterm 100 points .
Final 100 points.
|Homeworks||Homework will be assigned weekly or bi-weekly and due one week after assignment. Link to homework problems is on the top of this page. No late homework will be accepted. The two lowest scoring homework assignments and one lowest scoring quiz will be disregarded. There will be no make-ups for quizzes and homework.|
|Attendance Policy||I encourage you to attend every class. In borderline cases, attendance will be taken into consideration.|