Labutin approved my project on Haar Measure, and he even said that he thought it was a great idea. He doesn’t usually say things are good. At best they’re usually not that bad or something like that. Perhaps that means that he doesn’t think I’m a complete idiot now. He also told the class that he would move faster, which makes a lot of sense given that, before today, we had gone through one theorem that shouldn’t have taken more than one or two class sessions. The Radon-Nikodym Theorem, our next topic, looks pretty neat. Apparently someone famous said it’s the most important result in measure theory.

I thought something else interesting happened, but now I can’t remember what it was.

About Simon

Hi. I'm Simon Rubinstein-Salzedo. I'm a mathematics postdoc at Dartmouth College. I'm also a musician; I play piano and cello, and I also sometimes compose music and study musicology. I also like to play chess and write calligraphy. This blog is a catalogue of some of my thoughts. I write them down so that I understand them better. But sometimes other people find them interesting as well, so I happily share them with my small corner of the world.
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