**Lectures on Holomorphic Functions of Several Complex Variables**

by Piotr Jakobczak, Marek Jarnicki

**Publisher**: Jagiellonian University 2001**Number of pages**: 149

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The text contains the background theory of several complex variables. We discuss the extension of holomorphic functions, automorphisms, domains of holomorphy, subharmonic and plurisubharmonic functions, pseudoconvexity, etc. The reader is required to be familiar with elements of classical real analysis and complex analysis of one variable.

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