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This book is intended for readers who have had a course in theory of functions, isodifferential calculus and it can also be used for a senior undergraduate course. Chapter One deals with the infinite sets. We introduce the main operations on the sets. They are considered as the one-to-one correspondences, the denumerable sets and the nondenumerable sets, and their properties. Chapter Two introduces the point sets. They are defined as the limit points, the interior points, the open sets, and the closed sets. Also included are the structure of the bounded open and the closed sets, and an examination of some of their main properties. Chapter Three describes the measurable sets. They are defined and deducted as the main properties of the measure of a bounded open set, a bounded closed set, and the outer and the inner measures of a bounded set. Chapter Four is devoted to the theory of the measurable iso-functions. They are defined as the main classes of the measurable iso-functions and their associated properties are defined as well. In Chapter Five, the Lebesgue iso-integral of a bounded iso-function continue the discussion of the book. Their main properties are given. In Chapter Six the square iso-summable iso-functions, the iso-orthogonal systems, the iso-spaces Lp and l p, p > 1 are studied. The Stieltjes iso-integral and its properties are investigated in Chapter Seven.
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This is a revision of a classic! This text provides a single source for information on both the structure and management of quality systems and the use of statistics to control and improve quality. It incorporates an international flavor and a good balance of services and manufacturing coverage. The goal of the second edition remains the same as the first edition - to promote learning by means of practical, effective applications intended to develop, control, and improve quality systems and processes.
The advent of quantum chromodynamics (QCD) in the early 1970s was one of the most important events in twentieth-century science. This book examines the conceptual steps that were crucial to the rise of QCD, placing them in historical context against the background of debates that were ongoing between the bootstrap approach and composite modeling, and between mathematical and realistic conceptions of quarks. It explains the origins of QCD in current algebra and its development through high-energy experiments, model-building, mathematical analysis and conceptual synthesis. Addressing a range of complex physical, philosophical and historiographical issues in detail, this book will interest graduate students and researchers in physics and in the history and philosophy of science.
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