Presenting the various approaches to the study of integration, a well-known mathematics professor brings together in one volume "a blend of the particular and the general, of the concrete and the abstract." This volume is suitable for advanced undergraduates and graduate courses as well as for indepe... read more
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Presenting the various approaches to the study of integration, a well-known mathematics professor brings together in one volume "a blend of the particular and the general, of the concrete and the abstract." This volume is suitable for advanced undergraduates and graduate courses as well as for independent study. 1966 edition.
Reprint of the Blaisdell Publishing Company, Waltham, MA, 1966 edition.
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