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Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Incorporated
Zill, Dennis G., Shanahan, Patrick
A First Course in Complex Analysis with Applicationslimits theoretical coverage to only what is necessary, and conveys it in a student-friendly style. Its aim is to introduce the basic principles and applications of complex analysis to undergraduates who have no prior knowledge of this subject. Contents of the book include the complex number system, complex functions and sequences, as well as real integrals; in addition to other concepts of calculus, and the functions of a complex variable. This text is written for junior-level undergraduate students who are majoring in math, physics, computer science, and electrical engineering.The aim ofA First Course in Complex Analysis with Applicationsis that it's accessible to students with only a calculus background. There are a lot of examples, and the authors have tried very hard to supply all pertinent details in the solutions of the examples. The authors keep theory to a manageable level throughout the book and concentrate on what is essential to this course. Many concepts are conveyed in an informal and conceptual style and driven by examples rather than presented in a formal definition/theorem/proof style. However, the authors have not abandoned theory in favor of "cookbook recipes"; proofs of major results are presented and much of the standard terminology is used. Indeed, there are many problems in the exercise sets where students are asked to prove something.Zill, Dennis G. is the author of 'First Course in Complex Analysis' with ISBN 9780763714376 and ISBN 0763714372.
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