Riemann Integral: Significance and Limitations
This article basically defines the Riemann integral starting with the definition of partition of a closed interval. It throws a light on the importance and necessity of the Riemann condition of integralbility of a function and explains how the concept of R- integral only on the basis of upper and lower integral is not always practical. It has been suggested that a better rout is to abandon the Reimann integral for Lebesgue integral in real analysis and other fields of mathematical science.
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