In it you will find some of the original classic papers in the subject (always instructive to read), as well as things like homework solutions.
Homework will be assigned, collected, and graded, usually once a week. There will also be a take-home final exam due Thursday, December 18, at 10AM (the exam time for the course in the official exam schedule), counting for 30% of the grade.
This does not mean that you need to learn La Te X (although of course that is probably a good idea).
You can write out your solutions and scan-to-pdf (there are several places you can do this as you no doubt know better than me).
They are some of the best parts of the book, and show you the power of the subject.
Please remember to look at the Files tab in this website.
Every problem is marked by one of the following symbols.
If you have difficulties understanding or solving certain tasks, please prepare your questions and join the office hours on Thursdays or Fridays.
For integration I will use a heavily modified version of (Jan) Mikusinski's approach which you can find in Debnaith and (Piotr) Mikusinski ``An introduction to Hilbert spaces with applications'' (Academic Press) Problem sets will be due on Saturdays, at 4AM.
Solutions must be submitted electronically to me at rbm AT edu (not to the grader, that will not work) and dated by then.