I was wondering if anyone is aware of any books that provide a comprehensible and complete picture of mathematical spaces? I've looked into many real analysis as well as complex for a complete list of mathematical spaces in hierarchical view representing their relations in a natural progression allowing one to understand when can you reduce one form to the other. As I mentioned most books I've looked even well-known ones such as Rubin's don't provide this view. Even Wikipedia which is awesome doesn't have the complete picture, for instance the shobolev space doesn't come up at all on wikipedia as well as in the books I've looked. If anyone knows such a book, manuscript or technical report that would be great.
Thanks in advance!