Complex Function Theory: Second Edition Donald Sarason Publication Year: ISBN ISBN NOTES ON COMPLEX FUNCTION THEORY. Donald Sarason. Department of Mathematics. University of California. Berkeley, California Title, Complex Function Theory. Author, Donald Sarason. Publisher, American Mathematical Soc. ISBN, , Length, pages.
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Notes on Complex Function Theory
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Ordering on the AMS Bookstore is limited to individuals for personal use only. B Sarkar added it Jan 10, Sarason covers the basic material through Cauchy’s theorem and donale, plus the Riemann mapping theorem. Paperbackpages.
In these lectures he discussed a number of recent results in the field, bringing together classical ideas and funcgion recent ideas from functional analysis and from the extension of the theory of Hardy spaces to higher dimensions.
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Dual Price 2 Label: Publication Month and Year: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. This textbook for a first course in complex analysis at the advanced undergraduate level provides an unusually clear introduction to the theory of analytic functions.
Of all his publications, these lecture notes are the fifth most frequently cited according to the bibliographic database MathSciNet.
Diksha marked it as to-read Jan 01, Sarason was the author of 78 mathematics publications spanning the fifty years from to Print Price 2 Label: Sarah Balkissoon marked it as to-read Sep 04, saason From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Notes on Complex Function Theory by Donald Sarason
Sarason was the sole author on 56 of these publications; the other 22 publications were written with a total of 25 different co-authors. A Characterization of Douglas Subalgebras.
Then Sarason went to the University of California Berkeley as an Assistant Professor — sarasom, Associate Professor — and until his retirement, Professor — There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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