By Howard J. Wilcox
Undergraduate-level creation to Riemann quintessential, measurable units, measurable features, Lebesgue indispensable, different issues. various examples and routines.
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An Introduction to Lebesgue Integration and Fourier Series (Applied Mathematics Series) by Howard J. Wilcox