Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable
by Andrew Russell Forsyth
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 1918
Number of pages: 892
The present treatise is an attempt to give a consecutive account of what may fairly be deemed the principal branches of the whole subject. My hope is that the book, so far as it goes, may assist mathematicians, by lessening the labour of acquiring a proper knowledge of the subject, and by indicating the main lines on which recent progress has been achieved.
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