5 edition of **Analysis of One Complex Variable** found in the catalog.

- 337 Want to read
- 40 Currently reading

Published
**June 1987**
by World Scientific Pub Co Inc
.

Written in English

- Mathematics,
- Functional Analysis,
- Functions Of Complex Variables,
- Congresses,
- Mathematical analysis

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Hardcover |

Number of Pages | 228 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL9202416M |

ISBN 10 | 9971503263 |

ISBN 10 | 9789971503260 |

two semesters) in complex analysis at M. Sc. level at Indian universities and institutions. One of the new features of this edition is that part of the book can be fruitfully used for a semester course for Engineering students, who have a good calculus Size: 2MB. Other great classics are Rudin's Real and Complex Analysis, Conway's Functions of One Complex Variable. For a thorough but relatively intuitive approach, I .

Mathematical Analysis - Complex Analysis students in mathematics who are interested in developing a firm foundation in the theory of functions of a complex variable. The treatment departs from traditional presentations in its early View Product [ x ] close. A Bridge to Advanced Mathematics. This helpful workbook-style bridge book. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: XIV, Seiten: Diagramme ; 24 cm: Contents: I Complex Analysis in One Variable.- 1 Elementary Theory of Holomorphic Functions.- 2 Covering Spaces and the Monodromy Theorem.- 3 The Winding Number and the Residue Theorem.- 4 Picard's Theorem.- 5 Inhomogeneous Cauchy .

The book provides the reader with a deep appreciation of complex analysis and how this subject fits into mathematics Mathematical Reviews. The book under review provides a refreshing presentation of both classical and modern topics in and relating to complex analysis, which will be appreciated by mature undergraduates, budding graduate students, and even research . Walter Rudin, Real and Complex Analysis, 3 rd ed., , McGraw-Hill. Does both measure theory and complex analysis in one book. John B. Conway, Functions of One Complex Variable I, 2 nd ed., , Springer. A standard book for this sort of course, though it sometimes misses the forest for all the trees.

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This book presents complex analysis in one variable in the context of modern mathematics, with clear connections to several complex variables, de Rham theory, real analysis, and other branches of mathematics. Thus, covering spaces are used explicitly in dealing with Cauchy's theorem, real variable methods are illustrated in the Loman-Menchoff Cited by: Complex analysis can seem like witchcraft with a language of its own.

Students can have a hard time resolving theory with physical application, and the way this text meets that objective makes it one of a kind as far as I know. Any geek who views complex analysis Cited by: Basic Complex Analysis Of One Variable. This note covers the following topics: Basic Properties of Complex Numbers, Complex Differentiability, Conformality, Contour Integration, Zeros and Poles, Application to Evaluation of Definite Real Integrals, Local And Global Properties, Convergence in Function Theory, Dirichlet’s Problem, Periodic Functions.

This book is intended as a textbook for a first course in the theory of functions of one complex variable for students who are mathematically mature enough to understand and execute E - 8 arguments.

The actual pre requisites for reading this book are quite minimal; not much more than a stiff course in basic calculus and a few facts about partial derivatives/5(4).

Complex Analysis has successfully maintained its place as the standard elementary text on functions of one complex variable. There is, never theless, need for a new edition, partly because of changes in current mathe matical terminology, partly because of differences in student preparedness and aims.

"The first part of the book under review represents essentially the material of R. Narasimhan’s 'Complex analysis in one variable' (first edition, ).

The second part of the book, authored by Y. Nievergelt, consists of exercises and relevant references. I hugely like this one, Complex Analysis (Princeton Lectures in Analysis, No. 2): Elias M.

Stein, Rami Shakarchi: : Books Its not just an exceptionally good complex analysis book but it also provides a soft start towards. The original edition of this book has been out of print for some years. The appear ance of the present second edition owes much to the initiative of Yves Nievergelt at Eastern Washington University, and the support of Ann Kostant, Mathematics Editor at Birkhauser.

Since the book was first published, several people have remarked on the absence of exercises and expressed the opinion that 3/5(1). Complex analysis in one variable is ideally suited to this attempt. Of course, the branches of mathema tics one chooses, and the connections one makes, must depend on personal taste and knowledge.

My own leaning towards several complex variables will be apparent, especially in the notes at the end of the different chapters. This book presents complex analysis in one variable in the context of modern mathematics, with clear connections to several complex variables, de Rham theory, real analysis, and other branches of mathematics.

Thus, covering spaces are used explicitly in dealing with Cauchy's theorem, real variable methods are illustrated in the Loman-Menchoff. Complex Analysis in One Variable (2nd ed.) by Raghavan Narasimhan.

The original edition of this book has been out of print for some years. The appear ance of the present second edition owes much to the initiative of Yves Nievergelt at Eastern Washington University, and the support of Ann Kostant, Mathematics Editor at Birkhauser.

This book is intended as a textbook for a first course in the theory of functions of one complex variable for students who are mathematically mature enough to understand and execute E - 8 arguments.

The actual pre requisites for reading this book are quite minimal; not much more than a stiff. COMPLEX ANALYSIS1 Douglas N. Arnold2 References: John B. Conway, Functions of One Complex Variable, Springer-Verlag, Lars V. Ahlfors, Complex Analysis, McGraw File Size: KB.

I echo another reviewer: it is best to know calculus perfectly, and to know a fair amount of complex analysis, before using this book for self-study. An instructor selecting this textbook is obligated to supply the examples that every This is the standard graduate textbook in the field/5.

Like its first edition, this book is an excellent reference on the theory of functions of one complex variable. But, now that it includes exercises, this book is well-suited as a textbook for an advanced graduate course in complex analysis.

Indeed, there is enough material for a two-semester sequence in graduate complex analysis. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Narasimhan, Raghavan. Complex analysis in one variable. Boston: Birkhäuser, © (OCoLC) Material Type.

I second the Ahlfors recommendation for what you are looking for. You might also try "Functions of One Complex Variable" by John B. Conway. Another good book is "Function Theory of One Complex Variable" by Robert E.

Greene and Steven G. Krantz. These are all graduate level Complex Analysis books and that's really what you should be looking for. Complex analysis, traditionally known as the theory of functions of a complex variable, is the branch of mathematical analysis that investigates functions of complex is useful in many branches of mathematics, including algebraic geometry, number theory, analytic combinatorics, applied mathematics; as well as in physics, including the branches of hydrodynamics, thermodynamics, and.

This book has been judged to meet the evaluation criteria set by Chapter 2 Diﬀerential Calculus of Functions of One Variable 30 Functions and Limits 30 Continuity 53 useful to state them as a starting point for the study of real analysis and also to focus on one property, completeness, that is probablynew toyou.

Field Properties. The book underhand can be considered as an introductory course in complex numbers, complex functions, transformations and others, all of which are the basis of general complex analysis. "The first part of the book under review represents essentially the material of R.

Narasimhan’s 'Complex analysis in one variable' (first edition, ). The second part of the book, authored by Y. Nievergelt, consists of exercises and relevant : $Complex Analysis Preface §i. Introduction i Preliminaries i.1 i Short description of the content i.3 §1.

Holomorphic functions Descartes rejected complex roots in his book La G´eometrie from and called them imaginary. The mathematicians of real Size: 1MB.The best book to learn the material is the one you find the best.

Here is a somewhat random and unsorted list: Complex Analysis: T. Gamelin Complex Analysis: G. Cain Complex Analysis: L. Ahflors Complex Analysis: K. Houston Functions of One Complex Variable: J. Conway Introduction to Complex Analysis Lecture notes: W.

Chen.