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Stability, Riemann Surfaces, Conformal Mappings: Complex Functions Theory a-3

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Stability, Riemann Surfaces, Conformal Mappings: Complex Functions Theory a-3
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776817022
Number of pages: 115

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The book on complex functions theory. From the table of contents: Introduction; The argument principle, and criteria of stability; Many-valued functions and Riemann surfaces; Conformal mappings and the Dirichlet problem; Index.

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