Careful presentation of fundamentals of the theory by one of the finest modern expositors of higher mathematics. Covers functions of real and complex variables, arbitrary and null sequences, convergence and divergence, Cauchy's limit theorem, more.
Text for advanced undergraduate and graduate students examines Taylor series, Fourier series, uniform convergence, power series, and real analytic functions. Appendix covers set and sequence operations and continuous functions. 1962 edition.
Unusually clear and interesting classic covers real numbers and sequences, foundations of the theory of infinite series and development of the theory (series of valuable terms, Euler's summation formula, asymptotic expansions, other topics). Includes exercises.
Well-known book provides a clear, concise review of complex numbers and their geometric representation; linear functions and circular transformations; sets, sequences, and power series; analytic functions and conformal mapping; and elementary functions. 1952 edition.
This concise text focuses on the convergence of real series. Topics include functions and limits, real sequences and series, series of non-negative terms, general series, series of functions, the multiplication of series, more. 1959 edition.
Clear, correct summation of basic results on general behavior of infinite matrices features three introductory chapters leading to applications related to summability of divergent sequences and series. Nearly 200 examples. 1950 edition.
Classic text explores intermediate steps between basics of calculus and ultimate stage of mathematics — abstraction and generalization. Covers fundamental concepts, real number system, point sets, functions of a real variable, Fourier series, more. Over 500 exercises.
Focusing on theory more than computations, this 3-part text covers sequences, definitions, and methods of induction; combinations; and limits, with introductory problems, definition-related problems, and problems related to computation limits. Answers and hints to the test problems are provided; "road signs" mark passages requiring particular attention. 1969 edition.
This is a widely accessible introductory treatment of infinite series of real numbers, bringing the reader from basic definitions and tests to advanced results. An up-to-date presentation is given, making infinite series accessible, interesting, and useful to a wide audience, including students, teachers, and researchers. Included are elementary and advanced tests for convergence or divergence, the harmonic series, the alternating harmonic series, and closely related results. One chapter offers 107 concise, crisp, surprising results about infinite series. Another gives problems on infinite series, and solutions, which have appeared on the annual William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition. The lighter side of infinite series is treated in the concluding chapter where three puzzles, eighteen visuals, and several fallacious proofs are made available. Three appendices provide a listing of true or false statements, answers to why the harmonic series is so named, and an extensive list of published works on infinite series.
A comprehensive survey of all the mathematical methods that should be available to graduate students in physics. In addition to the usual topics of analysis, such as infinite series, functions of a complex variable and some differential equations as well as linear vector spaces, this book includes a more extensive discussion of group theory than can be found in other current textbooks. The main feature of this textbook is its extensive treatment of geometrical methods as applied to physics. With its introduction of differentiable manifolds and a discussion of vectors and forms on such manifolds as part of a first-year graduate course in mathematical methods, the text allows students to grasp at an early stage the contemporary literature on dynamical systems, solitons and related topological solutions to field equations, gauge theories, gravitational theory, and even string theory. Free solutions manual available for lecturers at