PMH3 Functional Analysis
This page relates to the Pure Mathematics Honours course "Functional Analysis".
Lecturer for this course: Anne Thomas.
For general information on honours in the School of Mathematics and Statistics, refer to the relevant honours handbook.Consultations: by appointment.
Introduction to Functional Analysis lecture notes by Daniel Daners.
Assignment 1 due 5pm Friday 1 April (week 4). Please hand in to my office, Carslaw 716, under the door if I'm not there.
- Exercise Sheet 1: questions 2, 10 and 13.
- Exercise Sheet 2: questions 2, 6 and 8.
Assignment 2 due 5pm Friday 5 May (week 8). Please hand in to my office, Carslaw 716, under the door if I'm not there.
- Exercise Sheet 3: questions 2, 8, 11 and 13.
- Exercise Sheet 4: questions 1 and 5.
Assignment 3 due 5pm Wednesday 31 May (week 12). Please hand in to my office, Carslaw 716, under the door if I'm not there.
- Exercise Sheet 5: questions 2 and 5.
- Exercise Sheet 6: questions 1(a), 5 and 6(b).
The final exam will be at 10am on Friday 30 June, in the Access Grid Room (Carslaw 829). There will be 10 minutes reading time followed by 2 hours to complete the exam.
This will be a "theory" exam. What this means is that you will be asked to state important definitions and results, give examples and counter-examples (with or without justifications), and outline proofs of results from lectures. For the proofs, you should use the number of marks available as a guide to how much to include, but I am not looking for regurgitations of every detail. Instead, you should demonstrate your understanding of the key steps, and of how various results from the course fit together.
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