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My one gripe is it’s probably too big to effectively be used as a textbook.

Maybe someone can point me to a meta question about that. I am not totally new with measure theory, since I have taken and past one course at the graduate level. It is undoubtedly a very well written book and has a nice introduction to further topics in analysis at the end. The exercises have detailed solutions too. I also vote based on the content and not on the author. Recently I strongly feel that I have to review the knowledge of measure theory for the sake of starting my thesis.

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Afterwards, these results are applied to establish the Riesz representation theorem for positive linear functionals. Rakeshbhai marked it as to-read Oct 05, Want to Read saving…. Age Verification The page you are attempting to access contains content that is not intended for underage readers. I wish to be contacted with the results of the investigation. Finally, the existence and basic properties of the Lebesgue measure are shown to be a virtually trivial consequence of the Riesz representation theorem.


Has a bit of droll humor, now and then, too. For you to have the best experience on Lulu. This was where I started. Sure, if you read an advanced textbook, then less advanced books will seem easy and have less general statements. OK, and now feel free to ignore this.

A wealth of nice counterexamples is discussed and an important application is presented: Although the topic of my thesis is on stochastic integration, I do want to review measure theory at a more general level, which means it could emphasize on both aspects of analysis and probability.

Gillespie : Review: D. H. Fremlin, Topological Riesz spaces and measure theory

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I apologize for this. You may need a second book for details on stochastic processes, but for the underlying analysis it will be hard to find a more comprehensive book, or a better-regarded author. Please note that you will be liable for damages including costs and attorneys’ fees if you materially misrepresent that the material is infringing your copyright.

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Thanks for telling us about the problem. One need not be acquianted with the theory of the Riemann integral beforehand although one should at least be acquianted with its computation.


Bogachev is the most comprehensive source that currently exists,is beautifully written mfasure has complete references. Royden’s Real Analysis is a decent book but there are a few features that I did not like.

Yes, it could be called a bible for probabilists, but I would rather categorize it into probability rather than measure theory, theoru is well explained by its own title.

The book reads magnificently and the flow of results is excellent; almost all results are stated in context.


The Riesz representation theorem is applied in a particularly elegant manner to the theory of positive Borel measures. I suppose it would be a downvote if the question was community wiki. An at least rudimentary knowledge of differentiation and uniform convergence is very helpful at times.

Aug 01, Phan Duc thanh rated it really liked it. I didn’t find too many if any misprints in Schilling’s book. Several results tneory this chapter are also used later in this book; most notable is the use of the differentiation theorem of measures in the theoryy of of harmonic functions in chapter Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

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