**Functions Of A Complex Variable with Applications**

by E. G. Phillips

**Publisher**: Oliver And Boyd 1961**ISBN/ASIN**: B012UKPC6O**Number of pages**: 160

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This book is concerned essentially with the application of the methods of the differential and integral calculus to complex numbers. Limitations of space made it necessary for me to confine myself to the more essential aspects of the theory and its applications, but I have aimed at including those parts of the subject which are most useful to Honours students.

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