3 thoughts on “Urs Lang on Geometric Measure Theory”

Has this become the measure theory web site? I feel severely handicapped. I went to Cambridge you see. Cambridge University is in every way superior to Oxford University (everyone knows that!) except in one respect: at Cambridge they teach the Riemann integral but at Oxford they teach the Lebesgue integral. The advantage of the Cambridge approach is that we can get on and integrate things before we’re mature enough to grasp concepts like Borel sets. But the downside is that I’m crippled for life.

Apparently you can just start using the Gauge integral, and it will be all better.

As long as no one thinks we’re the proof theory web site.

Has this become the measure theory web site? I feel severely handicapped. I went to Cambridge you see. Cambridge University is in every way superior to Oxford University (everyone knows that!) except in one respect: at Cambridge they teach the Riemann integral but at Oxford they teach the Lebesgue integral. The advantage of the Cambridge approach is that we can get on and integrate things before we’re mature enough to grasp concepts like Borel sets. But the downside is that I’m crippled for life.

Apparently you can just start using the Gauge integral, and it will be all better.

As long as no one thinks we’re the proof theory web site.