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Complex Analysis on Riemann Surfaces

Complex Analysis on Riemann Surfaces
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Publisher: Harvard University
Number of pages: 89

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Contents: Maps between Riemann surfaces; Sheaves and analytic continuation; Algebraic functions; Holomorphic and harmonic forms; Cohomology of sheaves; Cohomology on a Riemann surface; Riemann-Roch; Serre duality; Maps to projective space; Line bundles; Curves and their Jacobians; Hyperbolic geometry; Quasiconformal geometry.

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