Analysis II (MAA6617) Spring 2020

Time and Location

MWF 4, Little 205

Office hours: M 7th, W 6th, F 5th

Description and Goals

This course is a continuation of MAA6616. The second semester consists of an introduction to functional analysis, including Banach spaces, Hilbert spaces, and the theory of linear operators. Other topics that may be included (depending on time and interest) are harmonic analysis and the Fourier transform, the theory of distributions, the spectral theorem, and an introduction to Banach algebras.

Text: There is no required text for this course. A complete set of lecture notes will be posted on the webpage as the course progresses.

Some standard texts that treat the material covered in this course are:

Real Analysis: Modern Techniques and Their Applications by Gerald B. Folland
Real and Complex Analysis by Walter Rudin
Real Analysis by H. L. Royden
Real Analysis: Measure Theory, Integration, and Hilbert Spaces by Eli Stein and Rami Sharkachi

Some additional references for the second part of the course (on functional analysis) are:

Functional Analysis  by Peter D. Lax

A Course in Functional Analysis by John B. Conway

Lecture Notes

Current notes (updated 17 January 2020)

(The current notes so far only contain sections 20—22, further sections coming soon.)

Fall semseter lecture notes (sections 1 through 19)


Homework 2 (due Wednesday 29 January) Problems 21.3, 21.4

Homework 1 (due Friday 17 January) Problems 20.7, 20.18, 20.20 (see lecture notes)


Grading will be trivial provided you participate and do the homework. There will be a midterm and possibly a final exam, depending on interest.


Attendance is recommended.

University policies and resources

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