The 245B final can be found here. I am not posting solutions, but readers (both students and non-students) are welcome to discuss the final questions in the comments below.

The continuation to this course, 245C, will begin on Monday, March 29. The topics for this course are still somewhat fluid – but I tentatively plan to cover the following topics, roughly in order:

- spaces and interpolation; fractional integration
- The Fourier transform on (a very quick review; this is of course covered more fully in 247A)
- Schwartz functions, and the theory of distributions
- Hausdorff measure
- The spectral theorem (introduction only; the topic is covered in depth in 255A)

I am open to further suggestions for topics that would build upon the 245AB material, which would be of interest to students, and which would not overlap too substantially with other graduate courses offered at UCLA.

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17 March, 2009 at 12:18 am

关于实分析三 « Liu Xiaochuan’s Weblog[…] 关于实分析三 三月 17, 2009 at 4:18 下午 | In Maths（数学）, Real Analysis(实分析), life（生活） | Terence Tao教授将于三月二十九日开是一门新课，实分析三。这门课的具体讲授内容还没有确定下来。事实上，Tao教授本人在自己的博客上正在广泛征求意见。鉴于春季学期Tao教授的课程实分析二，刚刚结束。我想两门课间的种种联系是少不了的。我打算把这门课程学下来，但是由于课程内容还没有确定，更不用说所需要的知识到底多少为宜了。 […]

17 March, 2009 at 2:10 am

Frank MorganGreat course. How many students took it?

17 March, 2009 at 4:13 am

wmr你很伟大

You are great

17 March, 2009 at 5:04 am

PDEbeginnerGreat! I am looking forward to learning it :)

17 March, 2009 at 5:57 am

PDEbeginnerI would like to suggest some materials on Sobolev space such as Sobolev inequality, Embedding theorems.

I also suggest you teach some courses on PDE (especially on wave equations) in future.

17 March, 2009 at 9:21 am

AnonymousA typo(again!) on the final: 245B instead of 245A.

17 March, 2009 at 9:24 am

vedadiDear Prof Tao,

If you teach sobolev spaces, embedding theorems, it would be perfect.

We hope that you teach a PDE course just after that course.

Thank you very much

17 March, 2009 at 11:12 am

Max BaroiMaybe some the beginnings of Ergodic Theory? There doesn’t seem to be a regular course at UCLA on the subject, though maybe 254 will again devote itself to that material next year.

24 March, 2009 at 5:41 pm

BradI would be interested in results on the Kakeya conjecture (if this material is never taught in the Fourier analysis sequence, that is).

29 March, 2009 at 1:26 am

The discussion of real analysis: 0 « Liu Xiaochuan’s Weblog[…] The discussion of real analysis: 0 三月 29, 2009 at 5:26 下午 | In Uncategorized | Recently several co-learners contacted me, showing their interests in learning Professor Tao’s new course: Real Analysis 3. The Course page is here. […]