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An Introduction to Complex Function Theory by Bruce P. Palka

By Bruce P. Palka

This booklet offers a rigorous but uncomplicated advent to the speculation of analytic services of a unmarried advanced variable. whereas presupposing in its readership a level of mathematical adulthood, it insists on no formal necessities past a legitimate wisdom of calculus. ranging from uncomplicated definitions, the textual content slowly and punctiliously develops the information of advanced research to the purpose the place such landmarks of the topic as Cauchy's theorem, the Riemann mapping theorem, and the theory of Mittag-Leffler might be taken care of with no sidestepping any problems with rigor. The emphasis all through is a geometrical one, such a lot reported within the vast bankruptcy facing conformal mapping, which quantities primarily to a "short direction" in that vital sector of advanced functionality idea. each one bankruptcy concludes with a big variety of routines, starting from simple computations to difficulties of a extra conceptual and thought-provoking nature.

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