I have an undergraduate degree in physics, taken 2 years of calculus, and a rigorous course in linear algebra. I have not taken a math course in analysis, though have read a bit about it on my own.

There are books on distribution theory and generalized functions that are “friendly” to someone with my background (e.g. M. J. Lighthill, D. Jones). Is there something on Colombeau Algebra that might also be friendly, to someone with my background?


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