Treatise on analysis

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Treatise on analysis is a translation of the 9-volume work Éléments d'analyse on mathematical analysis by Jean Dieudonné, and is an expansion of his textbook Foundations of modern analysis. It is a successor to the various Cours d'Analyse by Augustin-Louis Cauchy, Camille Jordan, and Édouard Goursat.

Contents and publication history[edit]

Volume I[edit]

The first volume was originally a stand-alone graduate textbook with a different title. It was first written in English and later translated into French, unlike the other volume which were first written in French. It has been republished several times and is much more common than the later volumes of the series.

The contents include

  • Dieudonné, J. (1960), Foundations of modern analysis, Pure and Applied Mathematics, X, New York-London: Academic Press, MR 0120319
  • Dieudonné, J. (1963), Éléments d'analyse. Tome I: Fondements de l'analyse moderne, Cahiers Scientifiques, XXVIII, Paris: Gauthier-Villars, MR 0161945
  • Dieudonné, J. (1968), Éléments d'analyse. Tome I: Fondements de l'analyse moderne, Cahiers Scientifiques, XXVIII (2nd ed.), Paris: Gauthier-Villars, MR 0235945
  • Dieudonné, J. (1969), Foundations of modern analysis., Pure and Applied Mathematics, 10-I (2nd ed.), New York-London: Academic Press, ISBN 978-0122155505, MR 0349288

Volume II[edit]

The second volume includes

  • Chapter XII Topology and topological algebra
  • Chapter XIII Integration
  • Chapter XIV Integration in locally compact groups
  • Chapter XV Normed algebras and spectral theory
  • Dieudonné, J. (1968), Éléments d'analyse. Tome II: Chapitres XII à XV, Cahiers Scientifiques, XXXI, Paris: Gauthier-Villars, MR 0235946
  • Dieudonné, J. (1970), Treatise on analysis. Vol. II, Pure and Applied Mathematics, 10-II, New York-London: Academic Press, MR 0258551
  • Dieudonné, J. (1976), Treatise on analysis. Vol. II, Pure and Applied Mathematics, 10-II (2nd ed.), New York-London: Academic Press, ISBN 0-12-215502-5, MR 0530406

Volume III[edit]

The third volume includes chapter XVI on differential manifolds and chapter XVII on distributions and differential operators.

Volume IV[edit]

The fourth volume includes

Volume V[edit]

Volume V consists of chapter XXI on compact Lie groups.

Volume VI[edit]

Volume VI consists of chapter XXII on harmonic analysis (mostly on locally compact groups)

Volume VII[edit]

Volume VII consists of the first part of chapter XXIII on linear functional equations. This chapter is considerably more advanced than most of the other chapters.

Volume VIII[edit]

Volume VIII consists of the second part of chapter XXIII on linear functional equations.

Volume IX[edit]

Volume IX contains chapter XXIV on elementary differential topology. Unlike the earlier volumes there is no English translation of it.

  • Dieudonné, J. (1982), Éléments d'analyse. Tome IX. Chapitre XXIV, Cahiers Scientifiques, XL11, Paris: Gauthier-Villars, ISBN 2-04-011499-8, MR 0658305

Volume X[edit]

Dieudonne planned a final volume containing chapter XXV on nonlinear problems, but this was never published.

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