MMAT5011 - Analysis II - 2016/17
- (22/1) Assignment 1 has been posted. It will be due on Feb 7.
- (11/2) Assignment 2 has been posted. It will be due on Feb 21.
- (26/2) Assignment 3 has been posted. It will be due on Mar 7.
- (10/3) Midterm exam will be held at 7-9pm on Mar 14 in WMY505, It covers materials on lecture note of week 1-6, assignment 1-3 and the corresponding parts in chapter 2 of the textbook. Background knowledge on metric space will be assumed.
- (18/3) Assignment 4 has been posted. It will be due on Mar 28.
- (24/3) There were typos in Q2 and Q3 of assignment 4. They are now fixed.
- (7/4) Assignment 5 has been posted. It will be due on Apr 18.
- (17/4) Assignment 6 has been posted. It is optional.
- (21/4) Final exam will be held at 7-9pm on Apr 25 in WMY505, It covers materials on lecture note of week 7-14, assignment 4-6 and the corresponding parts in the textbook. Background knowledge on metric space and normed space will be assumed.
Man Chuen Cheng
- Office: LSB 210
- Tel: 3943-7985
- Office Hours: By appointment
- Office: LSB 222A
- Tel: 3943 3575
Time and Venue
- Lecture: Tue 6:30 - 9:15pm @ Wu Ho Man Yuen Bldg 505
This course is designed for the M.Sc. Programme in Mathematics. The prerequisite of this course is the mathematical contents of Analysis I. The course is intended to provide basic and fundamental knowledge of modern analysis involving limits and various notions of convergence in the context of metirc/normed vector/Hilbert spaces as well as the vector Lp spaces.
- Introductory Functional Analysis with Applications, Wiley, by Erwin Kreyszig
- Assignment 1 (due Feb 7) (Updated on 24/1: A typo in Q4 fixed)
- Assignment 2 (due Feb 21)
- Assignment 3 (due Mar 7)
- Assignment 4 (due Mar 28) (Updated on 24/3: Typos in Q2,3 fixed)
- Assignment 5 (due Apr 18)(Last updated on 13/4: Q1 made optional; Typos in Q5a and Q6 fixed)
- Assignment 6 (Optional)
Quizzes and Exams
- Solution of assignment 1
- Solution of assignment 2
- Solution of assignment 3
- Solution of assignment 4
- Solution of assignment 5
- Solution of assignment 6
|Midterm Exam (Mar 14)||40%|
|Final Exam (Apr 25)||50%|
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Last updated: April 21, 2017 11:34:58