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Function Theory on Planar Domains: A Second…
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Function Theory on Planar Domains: A Second Course in Complex Analysis…

by Stephen D. Fisher

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Applied Sciences, Mathematics

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A high-level treatment of complex analysis, this text focuses on function theory on a finitely connected planar domain. Clear and complete, it emphasizes domains bounded by a finite number of disjoint analytic simple closed curves. The first chapter and parts of Chapters 2 and 3 offer background material, all of it classical and important in its own right. The remainder of the text presents results in complex analysis from the far, middle, and recent past, all selected for their interest and merit as substantive mathematics. Suitable for upper-level undergraduates and graduate students, this text is accessible to anyone with a background in complex and functional analysis. Author Stephen D. Fisher, a professor of mathematics at Northwestern University, elaborates upon and extends results with a set of exercises at the end of each chapter.… (more)

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