|Meeting Time||MWF, 1:00—1:50|
|Meeting Room||MATH 514|
|Instructor||Professor Marek Rychlik|
|Personnel||Day(s) of the Week||Hour||Room||Comment|
|Marek Rychlik||M||2:00pm—2:50pm||Mathematics 605||Regular Office Hours in my office|
|Marek Rychlik||W||2:00pm—3:00pm||Mathematics 605||Regular Office Hours in my office|
|Marek Rychlik||F||2:00pm—3:00pm||Mathematics 605||Regular Office Hours in my office|
Homework, and take-home tests, shall be submitted as a typed paper, with the exception of these graphs and figures which cannot be easily drawn with software. Required software for preparing the homework paper is \(\LaTeX\). The work shall be submitted electronically, as a PDF document, through D2L, using the Dropbox feature of D2L.
Homework is assigned throughout the semester. Two types of homework will be assigned:
|1||Jan 10—Jan 12||Review of weak- and weak-*-sequential convergence Riesz-Kakutani Representation Theorem (Chapter 8, Theorem 14).||Chapter 10, Chapter 8|
|2||Jan 17—Jan 19||Applications of weak convergence. Approximations of the delta function by continuous functions. Divergence of Fourier series. Approximate quadrature.||11.1, 11.2, 11.3|
|3||Jan 22—Jan 26||Weak and strong analyticity of vector-valued functions. Existence of solutions of partial differential equations. The representation of analytic functions with positive real part. The weak and weak* topologies.||11.4, 11.5, 11.6, Chapter 12|
|4||Jan 29—Feb 2||Locally convex topologies and the Krein-Milman Theorem. Separation of points by linear functionals. The Krein-Milman Theorem.||Chapter 13, 13.1, 13.2|
|5||Feb 5—Feb 9||The Stone-Weierstrass Theorem. Choquet's Theorem.||Chapter 13, 13.3, 13.4|
|6||Feb 12—Feb 16||Positive functionals. Convex functions. Completely monotone functions. Theorems of Caratheodory and Bochner.||Chapter 14, 14.1, 14.2, 14.3, 14.4|
|7||Feb 19—Feb 23|
|8||Feb 26—Mar 2|
|9||Mar 5—Mar 9||Spring Recess||NO CLASSES|
|10||Mar 12—Mar 16|
|11||Mar 19—Mar 23||Banach algebras. Resolvent. Spectral radius. Functional calculus involving complex integration. Spectral mapping theorem.||Chapter 17|
|12||Mar 26—Mar 30||Spectral theory. Spectral measures. Projection values measures.||Chapter 31|
|13||Apr 2—Apr 6||Spectral theory. Spectral measures. Projection values measures. Classification of symmetric operators up to unitary equivalence.||Chapter 31|
|17||Apr 30—May 2||GOAL: Chapter 30.|
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Students are expected to be present for all exams. If a verifiable emergency arises which prevents you from taking an in-class exam at the regularly scheduled time, the instructor must be notified as soon as possible, and in any case, prior to the next regularly scheduled class. Make-up exams and quizzes will be administered only at the discretion of the instructor and only under extreme circumstances. If a student is allowed to make up a missed exam, (s)he must take it at a mutually arranged time. No further opportunities will be extended. Failure to contact your instructor as stated above or inability to produce sufficient evidence of a real emergency will result in a grade of zero on the exam. Other remedies, such as adjusting credit for other exams, may be considered.
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