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# BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, Pilani

Pilani Campus
Instruction Division

## SECOND SEMESTER 2017-2018

Course Handout (Part II)
Date: 08-01-2018

In addition to Part I (General Handout for all courses appended to the time table) this portion
gives further specific details regarding the course.

## Course No. : MATH F341

Course Title : INTRODUCTION TO FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS

1. Scope and Objective of the Course: Functional analysis plays an important role in the applied
sciences as well as in mathematics itself. This course is intended to familiarize the student with the
basic concepts, principles and methods of functional analysis and its applications in a form suitable
for engineers, scientists and applied Mathematicians. Ideas are not always generated by logical
process. An engineer may have a feeling for a problem which may lead him in a method of solution
but justifying part of that needs analysis. Several concepts of functional analysis were invented as
there was need from integral and differential equations. Functional analysis is needed in numerical
analysis and differential equations. Modern theory of partial differential equations relies heavily on
functional analysis. Theoretical study of numerical solution of partial differential equations is also
based on functional Analysis.

2. Course Description: Normed linear spaces, Banach Spaces; Continuous Linear transformations,
open mapping theorem, Closed graph theorem, Uniform boundedness Principle, Hahn Banach
theorem, Hilbert Space theory, Dual space, Direct sum and orthogonal compliment in Hilbert
spaces, Function spaces, Symmetric and self adjoint linear mapping in Hilbert spaces , Finite
Rank and Compact transformations, spectral theory, Differential equations and linear
transformations

3. Text-book: Kreyzig E., Introductory Functional Analysis with Applications, John Wiley, 1978.

4. Reference Books:

## (i) C. Colin , Numerical Functional Analysis, Oxford University Press, 1982.

(ii) Arch W. Naylor and Geprge R. Sell, Linear operator theory in Engineering & Science:
Applied Mathematical Sciences, Springer- Verlag, 1982.
(iii) B. V. Limaye, Functional Analysis, 3rd Edition, New Age International Ltd, 2017.
(iv) M. T. Nair: Functional Analysis: A First Course, Prentice-Hall of India, New Delhi, 2010.

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5. Course Plan

## Lec. No. Learning objectives Topics to be covered Sec. No.

1-2 Recollect some concept of linear Vector spaces, dimension, infinite dimensional 1.1-1.6
Algebra and real Analysis vector spaces, Metric spaces, space of
Continuous functions
3-4 Every normed linear space is a metric Normed Linear Spaces; Banach spaces 2.1-2.2
space
5-7 Study of certain normed linear spaces lp, C, C0, C[a,b] & properties of normed linear 2.3
and their properties spaces
8-9 All norms are equivalent on a finite Finite-Dimensional normed linear spaces and 2.4-2.5
dimensional normed linear space compact sets
10-13 A linear transformation is continuous Continuous linear transformations, examples of 2.6-2.10
iff bounded linear functionals, dual space , reflexive spaces
14-20 How concept of dot product has Inner Product Spaces, Hilbert spaces, 3.1-3.7
generalization to vector spaces, Orthogonal sets, direct sum, Bessel’s inequality
, Continuous linear functionals on Hilbert space
21-23 Dual of a Hilbert space, How Riesz Representation Theorem, Symmetric 3.8-3.10
transpose of a matrix has generalization and self adjoint Transformations
to continuous linear transformations in
Hilbert spaces
24-26 How a continuous linear functional Hahn-Banach Theorem 4.2-4.6
defined on a subspace can be
extended to whole space
27-30 when a family of Continuous linear Category Theorem ,Uniform boundedness 4.7-4.13
transformations uniformly bounded, principle, Open Mapping Theorem, Closed
When is a continuous linear map a Graph Theorem
homeomorphism ,closed linear maps
need not be bounded
31 - 35 Are there finite rank transformations finite rank transformations & Compact linear 8.1-8.4
defined on infinite dimensional Transformations in normed linear spaces
spaces
36-40 Generalization of concept of eigen Spectral theory of bounded linear 7.1-7.4
values of matrices to bounded linear transformations 9.1-9.8
transformations

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6. Evaluation Scheme :
EC Evaluation Duration Weightage (%) Date & Time Nature of
No. Component Component

conducted during
regular class or
common hour)

## 7. Chamber consultation hour: To be announced in class.

8. Notices: All notices regarding this course will be displayed on Department of Mathematics
Notice Board or on Online Notice Board (NALANDA). Normally information will be conveyed in
the class.

## 10. Make Up Policy :

(i) NO MAKE UP will be given in Class Performance Tests under any circumstances.
(ii) Make up of other evaluation components (Mid Sem. and Comprehensive Exam) will
begranted only in genuine cases. Permission must be taken in advance except in extreme
cases.
(iii) No MAKE-MAKE-UP will be entertained.

INSTRUCTOR-IN-CHARGE
MATH F341

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