**Elements of the Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable**

by G.E. Fisher, I.J. Schwatt

**Publisher**: Philadelphia G.E. Fisher 1896**ISBN/ASIN**: 1517046181**Number of pages**: 312

**Description**:

Contents: Geometric representation of imaginary quantities; Functions of a complex variable in general; Multiform functions; Integrals with complex variables; The logarithmic and exponential functions; General properties of functions; Infinite and infinitesimal values of functions; Integrals; Simply and multiply connected surfaces; Moduli of periodicity.

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