MTWF 2:00pm--2:50pm, EngrgE105

__Instructor__

Prof. Jiangguo (James) Liu

Office: Weber 127

Phone: (970)491-3067

Email:
liu@math.colostate.edu*
URL:* http://www.math.colostate.edu/~liu/

Office Hour: MWF 1:00pm--1:50pm and by appointments

** Textbooks** Lecture Notes by Professor Sheldon Axler
at San Francisco State University

-- [SA]

(A pdf file will be distributed to you on the first day of class. But please do not re-distribute it due to copyright.)

ISBN-10: 0-8218-2974-2, Graduate Studies in Mathematics, Vol.45

__Course Contents and Goals__

Core materials: [SA] to be determined; [IR] Chapter 1-7

Optional: *Optimal transport for data science*; [IR] Chapter
8,9; Topics from other books

** Homework and
Class Participation (80%)**There will be seven (7) assignments. As graduate
students, you are expected to put constant efforts on the course
during the semester. There will be hard problems in the
assignments, but I am here to help you any time.

__ Final (20%)__Tentatively scheduled for Tue. May 14, 2019,
4:10pm--6:10pm.

Letter grade: A:100-90; B: 89-80; C: 79-70; D: 69-60; F: <60.

__Makeups__

We shall follow the rules set by the University.

Supplementary Reading

[1] P.Halmos, Measure Theory, Graduate Texts in
Mathematics 18, Springer, 1978, ISBN 0-387-90088-8 (hardcover)

[2] H.L.Royden, Real Analysis, Prentice-Hall,3rd ed., 1988, ISBN
0-02-404151-3 (hardcover)

Last modified by
J.Liu on Tue. 2019/01/22.