**Dynamics in One Complex Variable**

by John Milnor

**Publisher**: Princeton University Press 1991**ISBN/ASIN**: 0691124884**ISBN-13**: 9780691124889**Number of pages**: 146

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This volume studies the dynamics of iterated holomorphic mappings from a Riemann surface to itself, concentrating on the classical case of rational maps of the Riemann sphere. These lectures are intended to introduce some key ideas in the field, and to form a basis for further study. The reader is assumed to be familiar with the rudiments of complex variable theory and of two-dimensional differential geometry, as well as some basic topics from topology.

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