
 Functional Analysis (Site not responding. Last check: 20071022) 
  Functional analysis is one of the pillars of classical mathematics, and an indispensable language in any of the fields of mathematics which are based on analysis, e.g., differential equations, harmonic analysis, analytic number theory, numerical analysis, optimization, mathematical physics, and probability theory. 
  It is also the place where several areas of mathematics, such as real analysis, linear algebra, probability and topology, meet. 
  The course will provide an introduction to the fundamental concepts of linear analysis: Banach spaces, Hilbert spaces, operators, and duality. 
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