1. Introduction to the theory of topological vector spaces.- 2. Methods of constructing topological vector spaces.- 3. Duality.- 4. Differential calculus.- 5.Measures on linear spaces.
Vladimir Bogachev, born in 1961, Professor at the Department of Mechanics and Mathematics of Lomonosov Moscow State University and at the Faculty of Mathematics of the Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia) is an expert in measure theory and infinite-dimensional analysis and the author of more than 200 papers and 12 monographs, including his famous two-volume treatise "Measure theory" (Springer, 2007), "Gaussian measures" (AMS, 1997), "Differentiable measures and the Malliavin calculus" (AMS, 2010), "Fokker-Planck-Kolmogorov equations" (AMS, 2015), and others. An author with a high citation index (h=31 with more than 4700 citations according to the Google Scholar), Vladimir Bogachev solved several long-standing problems in measure theory and Fokker-Planck-Kolmogorov equations.
Oleg Smolyanov, born in 1938, Professor at the Department of Mechanics and Mathematics of Lomonosov Moscow State University is an expert in topological vector spaces and infinite-dimensional analysis and author of more than 200 papers and 5 monographs. Oleg Smolyanov solved several long-standing problems in the theory of topological vector spaces.
"The book under review presents an excellent modern treatment of
topological linear spaces. Moreover, in contrast to existing
monographs on this topic it adds material on applications that are
not covered elsewhere. ... The book is well written and elucidates
basic concepts with a large list of examples." (Jan Hamhalter,
Mathematical Reviews, November, 2017)
"This is indeed a good book, well written, that includes much useful material. The basic theory is presented in a clear, understandable way. Moreover, many recent, important, more specialized results are also included with precise references. This book is recommendable for analysts interested in the modern theory of locally convex spaces and its applications, and especially for those mathematicians who might use differentiation theory on infinite-dimensional spaces or measure theory on topological vector spaces." (Jose Bonet, zbMATH 1378.46001, 2018)