ISBN: 978-81-7319-629-4
E-ISBN: Publication Year: Reprint 2017
Pages: 520
Binding: Paper Back Dimension: 185mm x 240mm Weight: 850

Textbook

About the book

Foundations of Complex Analysis is aimed at giving students a good foundation of complex analysis and provides a basis for solving problems in mathematics, physics, engineering and many other sciences. Each chapter is supplemented with well-structured examples, and exercises with hints and outlines for solutions. This book can be used as a textbook for a two semester course in complex analysis, or as a supplementary text for an advanced course in function theory.
This second edition has gone through a major revision of the 1995 edition. As far as possible many sections are made less dependent on other sections in order to ensure flexibility in designing a course content.

Key Features

New to the Second Edition:
• Hadamard’s three circles theorem
• Schwarz-Pick lemma
• Poisson Integral Formula
• Monodromy theorem
• Hadamard product representation
• Riemann mapping theorem
• Picard’s little theorem
The author has published over 80 research articles, research monographs, and text books including Foundations of Functional Analysis (Narosa Publishing House, India).

Table of Contents

Preface to the Second Edition / Complex Numbers / Functions, Limit and Continuity / Analytic Functions and Power Series / Complex Integration / Conformal Mappings and Möbius Transformations / Maximum Principle, Schwarz’ Lemma, and Liouville’s Theorem / Classification of Singularities / Calculus of Residues / Evaluation of certain Integrals / Analytic Continuation / Representations for Meromorphic and Entire Functions / Mapping Theorems / Bibliography / Index of Special Notations / Hints and Solutions for Selected Exercises / Index.