Walter Rudin
Walter Rudin received his PhD in mathematics from Duke University in North Carolina in 1949. Starting in 1950 he took a Moore instructorship at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts where he wrote his first mathematical book. He then went to the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York and finally to the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin where he has been a Professor of Mathematics since 1959. He is now an Emeritus Professor there.
Walter Rudin received his PhD in mathematics from Duke University in North Carolina in 1949. Starting in 1950 he took a Moore instructorship at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts where he wrote his first mathematical book. He then went to the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York and finally to the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin where he has been a Professor of Mathematics since 1959. He is now an Emeritus Professor there. See less
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Walter Rudin book reviews

Principles of mathematical analysis.
Principles of Mathematical Analysis
by Donna C, Oct 25, 2015
Item in perfect shape, item received well on time. Read More

Real and Complex Analysis
"What Every Young Analyst Should Know"
by Manos, Apr 24, 2007
An essential, not pedantic and not cumbersome introduction to Functional Analysis and Measure Theory. Read More

Principles of mathematical analysis.
all you need
by rook, Oct 11, 2007
this book is thorough, and covers everything. it is terse, but because Rudin is trying to bring out the most salient points, not confuse you with trivial steps. This way he makes it clear what is ... Read More