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Topic: Rudin books
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Brian M. Scott

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Re: Rudin books
Posted: Apr 10, 2011 10:00 PM
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On Sun, 10 Apr 2011 16:48:04 -0700 (PDT), Chip Eastham
<hardmath@gmail.com> wrote in
in sci.math,alt.math.undergrad:

> On Apr 10, 7:17 pm, "James Wong" <jw...@ocf.berkeley.edu> wrote:

>> Hey mathematicians,

>> I've heard Principles of Mathematical Analysis referred
>> to as "Baby Rudin." What is Regular Rudin? Real and
>> Complex Analysis or the Functional Analysis book?

> As I've heard it used, it would mean Real and Complex
> Analysis, set as a first year graduate text for real
> analysis (despite the name).

Agreed. That was certainly the usage at Madison in the
early 70s.


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