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  Integral - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Intuitively, the integral of a continuous, positive real-valued function f of one real variable x between a left endpoint a and a right endpoint b represents the area bounded by the lines x=a, x=b, the x-axis, and the curve defined by the graph of f.
Improper integrals usually turn up when the range of the function to be integrated is infinite or, in the case of the Riemann integral, when the domain of the function is infinite.
The Riemann-Stieltjes integral, an extension of the Riemann integral.
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 Integral - WikipĂ©dia
An integral which can only be evaluated by considering it as the limit of integrals on successively larger and larger integrals is called an improper integral.
Improper integrals usually turn up when the range of the function is infinite or, in the case of the Riemann integral, when the domain is infinite.
The Lebesgue integral was created by Henri Lebesgue to integrate a wider class of functions and to prove very strong theorems about interchanging limits and integrals.
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 Integral
Intuitively, the integral of a continuous, positive real-valued function f of one real variable x between aleft endpoint a and a right endpoint b represents the area bounded by the lines x=a, x=b, thex-axis, and the curve defined by the graph of f.
One commonexample of an improper integral is the Cauchy principalvalue.
the Riemann-Stieltjes integral, anextension of the Riemann integral
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 Integral
The integral value of a real number x is defined as the largest integer which is less than, or equal to, x.
The integral value of x is often denoted by ; and called the "floor function".
In abstract algebra, an integral domain is a commutative ring with 0 ≠ 1 in which the product of any two non-zero elements is always non-zero.
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 Henstock-Kurzweil integral - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is a generalisation of the Riemann integral which in some situations is more useful than the Lebesgue integral.
This integral was first defined by Arnaud Denjoy (1912).
In particular a non-trivial corollary applies to the Lebesgue integral: if a function f is differentiable everywhere and its derivative is Lebesgue integrable, then f is the integral of its derivative.
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 Integral
The integral value of a real number x is defined to be the largest integer which is less than or equal to x; it is often denoted by ⌊x⌋ and also called the floor function.
In the integral calculus, the integral of a function is informally defined as the size of the area delimited by the x axis and the graph of the function.
Both the Riemann and the Lebesgue integral are approaches to integration which seek to measure the area under the curve, and the overall schema in both cases is the same.
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The integral is also known as the gauge integral or the Kurzweil-Henstock integral, which includes properly the Riemann, Lebesgue, and the improper Riemann integral.
Lebesgue dissociates the notions of primitive and indefinite integral.
The new integral is more practical and easier than most Lebesgue theories, and, before all, it is a non-absolute theory (the difference being analogous to the difference between all convergent series and the absolutely convergent ones).
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 Integral   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Integral's growth can be seen in its varied...
The integral of the previous paragraph would be written.
The Denjoy integral, an extension of both the Riemann and Lebesgue integrals.
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 Integral Article, Integral Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Integrals are sometimes called definite integrals to emphasize that theyresult in a number, not another function.
This is to distinguish them from indefinite integrals, which areanother name for an antiderivative.
If the domain of the function isthe real numbers, and if the region of integration is an interval, then the greatest lower bound of the interval is called the lower limit of integration, and the least upper bound is called the upper limit of integration.
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 Integral - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
However, any two different ways of integrating a function will give the same result if they are both defined.
More formally, if we let S={(x,y):a≤x≤b,0≤y≤f(x)}, then the integral of f between a and b is the measure of S.
The integral of the previous paragraph would be written \int_a^b f(x)\,dx.
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 Perron   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Oskar Perron studied classics at school and, despite his father wishing him to continue the family business, he studied mathematics in his spare time.
In 1898 Perron entered the University of Munich and, in keeping with the custom of the time to spend semesters at different universities, he also studied at the universities of Berlin, Tübingen and Göttingen.
Perron was most influenced by his teachers at Munich.
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Her thesis on zeros of integral functions was examined by J E Littlewood who she met for the first time as an external examiner in her oral examination for the D.Phil.
It is divided into two parts, of two and five volumes respectively, on the differential and integral calculus, and included not only the standard treatment of the derivative and the integral and their applications to geometry but also substantial sections on the theory of functions, determinants and elliptic functions.
This generalisation of the Riemann integral revolutionised the integral calculus.
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Boccuto - A.R. Sambucini The monotone integral with respect to Riesz space-valued capacities, Rend.
Martellotti - M.C. Isidori - A.R. Sambucini The Bochner and monotone integrals with respect to a nuclear-valued finitely additive measure, Mathematica Slovaca, 48 (1998) 377-390.
Boccuto A Perron-type integral of order 2 for Riesz spaces (1999), pubblicato in proprio e in corso di stampa su Math.
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 An Introduction to the Gauge Integral
Integrals and derivatives were already known before Newton and Leibniz.
The integrals of Lebesgue, Denjoy, Perron, and Henstock by Russell Gordon, 1994.
It was already hard enough with the Riemann integral -- for that integral we had to use rather bizarre functions, such as the characteristic function of the rationals.
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 On An Integral Equation For Center Manifolds: A Direct Proof For Nonautonomous Differential Equations On Banach Spaces ...
We study a nonlinear integral equation for a center manifold of a semilinear nonautonomous differential equation having mild solutions.
The center manifold is obtained directly as the graph of a fixed point for a Lyapunov-Perron type integral operator.
We prove that this integral operator can be factorized as a composition of a nonlinear substitution operator and a...
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 Márcia Cristina Federson - Home Page
The Henstock-Kurzweil integral was introduced in 1957-62 by Ralph Henstock and independently by Jaroslav Kurzweil.
Thus the H-K integral encompasses the integrals of Newton, Riemann e Lebesgue as well as its improper integrals.
Thus, we have a constructive definition for the Lebesgue integral by means of Riemann sums.
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Lin On the equivalence of McShane and Lebesgue integrals 767 I.
Fleischer The convergence content of the integral convergence theorem 771 R.
Boccuto, On the De Giorgi-Letta integral with respect A.
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 Invariants   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
It is just a short survey of the invariants, and for a more thorough reading you should consult other literature.
The interesting part about the Perron eigenvalue is the close relation to the entropy, since
, where λ is the common Perron eigenvalue of the equivalent matrices.
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\ \b\fs22 The Integrals of Lebesgue, Denjoy, Perron, and Henstock, \b0\fs24 A complete, clear, and readable \ Graduate Studies in Mathematics, vol.
Monographs, integral: It subsumes both the \ Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1991.
This is an \ \b The Generalized Riemann Integral \b0, elementary and detailed exposition\ Carus Mathematical Monograph # \b 20 \b0 suitable for post-calculus students \ Mathematical association of America 1980.
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 Mathematics Seminar 2/8/02   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
In the early twentieth century, Denjoy and Perron independently created an integral that generalized that of Lebesgue's.
However, their integral has one primary drawback---its definition is complicated.
In the 1950's, Kurzweil and Henstock independently discovered an integral that is equivalent to that of Denjoy's and Perron's but whose definition is much less complicated.
www.academic.marist.edu /math/Seminar/Spring02/020208.htm   (129 words)

  
 Cheng-Ming Lee's Publication List
On the integrals of Perron type (with P. Bullen), Trans.
Generalizations of Cesaro continuous functions and integrals of Perron type, Trans.
A symmetric approximate Perron integral for the coefficient problem of trigonometric series, Real Analysis Exchange 16(1990/91), 429-439.
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 Sargent   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Riemann integral is well known and had long been studied, but much effort had also been put into the study of the
Perron integrals in the Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society which gives an inductive definition, using
Perron sense to be monotonic in the Quarterly Journal of Mathematics.
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One can improve on this method and obtain more accurate estimates by using more complicated weights (which might also require using an integral of $exp (s af n) F(s)$ times a weight function instead of the simple three-term sum of (2.24)).
However, to obtain precise bounds by analytic method, it seems that one needs to go back to using the functions $f(s,^y)$, but this time allowing $s$ to be complex.
Perron-type integral formulas can then be used to evaluate the $N(bold x,^n,^af)$, but to estimate them effectively one needs to use kernels that lead to problems similar to those one encounters when using weighted sums of the form mentioned at the beginning of this section.
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 Learning on the WWW: A Case Study   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The subject matter of the course was to be studied by going through a chapter of the hypertext book and asking questions of a consultant during his online office hours or sending questions to a mailing list available to all the students of the course.
Early on, people were asked to work on a project and it became an integral part of the course.
Daniel Perron is an Assistant Professor of Math and CS at Mount Allison University in Canada He obtained his PhD in Mathematical Logic from the Universite de Montreal in '89 Since then he has taught a bunch of courses in computer science and mathematics.
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 Linear Integral Equations In The Space Of Regulated Functions (ResearchIndex)
Linear Integral Equations In The Space Of Regulated Functions (1997)
In this paper, we investigate the existence of solutions to a wide class of systems of linear integral equations with solutions which can have in the closed interval [0,1] only discontinuities of the first kind and are left--continuous on the corresponding open interval (0,1).
The results cower, e.g., the results knownfor systems of linear generalized differential equations as well as systems of Stieltjes Integral equations.
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Chicone C., Latushkin Y. On an Integral Equation for Center Manifolds: a Direct Proof for Nonautonomous Differential Equations on Banach Spaces (108K, AMS-LaTeX) ABSTRACT.
We prove that this integral operator can be factorized as a composition of a nonlinear substitution operator and a linear integral operator $\Lambda$.
The operator $\Lambda$ is formed by the Green's function for the hyperbolic part and composition operators induced by a flow on the center part.
www.ma.utexas.edu /mp_arc/a/97-147   (174 words)

  
 LANZHOU LECTURES ON HENSTOCK INTEGRATION
This is an introductory book on Henstock integration, otherwise known as generalized Riemann integral.
The author has included a series of convergence theorems for the integral, previously not available.
In this book, he has also developed a technique of proof required to present the new as well as the classical results.
www.worldscibooks.com /mathematics/0845.html   (78 words)

  
 Fremlin --- Measure Theory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Tagged partitions and Riemann sums; gauge integrals; gauges; residual sets; subdivisions; examples (the Riemann integral, the Henstock integral, the symmetric Riemann-complete integral, the McShane integral, box products, the approximately continuous Henstock integral).
The Henstock and Lebesgue integrals; indefinite Henstock integrals; Saks-Henstock lemma; Fundamental Theorem of Calculus; the Perron integral;
The Tamanini-Giacomelli theorem; a family of tagged-partition structures; the Pfeffer integral; the Saks-Henstock indefinite integral of a Pfeffer integrable function; Pfeffer's Divergence Theorem; differentiating the indefinite integral; invariance under lipeomorphisms.
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 Encyclopedia article on Integral [EncycloZine]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
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