by Christian Berg
Publisher: Kobenhavns Universitet 2012
Number of pages: 192
From the table of contents: Introduction; Holomorphic functions; Contour integrals and primitives; The theorems of Cauchy; Applications of Cauchy's integral formula; Argument, Logarithm, Powers; Zeros and isolated singularities; The calculus of residues; The maximum modulus principle; Moebius transformations.
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