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21. Introduction to Complex Analysis by Zeev NEHARI | |
Hardcover:
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(1964)
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22. Genetic Analysis of Complex Traits Using SAS by Arnold M. Sexton | |
Paperback: 312
Pages
(2004-11-10)
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23. Complex Analysis and Algebraic Geometry: A Collection of Papers Dedicated to K. Kodaira | |
Paperback: 416
Pages
(2009-04-13)
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24. Complex Analysis (Universitext) by Eberhard Freitag, Rolf Busam | |
Paperback: 532
Pages
(2009-05-28)
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Editorial Review Product Description The idea of this book is to give an extensive description of the classical complex analysis, here ''classical'' means roughly that sheaf theoretical and cohomological methods are omitted. The first four chapters cover the essential core of complex analysis presenting their fundamental results. After this standard material, the authors step forward to elliptic functions and to elliptic modular functions including a taste of all most beautiful results of this field. The book is rounded by applications to analytic number theory including distinguished pearls of this fascinating subject as for instance the Prime Number Theorem. Great importance is attached to completeness, all needed notions are developed, only minimal prerequisites (elementary facts of calculus and algebra) are required. More than 400 exercises including hints for solutions and many figures make this an attractive, indispensable book for students who would like to have a sound introduction to classical complex analysis. For the second edition the authors have revised the text carefully. Customer Reviews (2)
Excellent book/Terrible translation
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25. Complex Analysis with Applications by Richard A. Silverman | |
Paperback: 274
Pages
(2010-10-18)
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Editorial Review Product Description This volume contains the basics of what every scientist and engineer should know about complex analysis. A lively style combined with a simple, direct approach helps readers grasp the fundamentals, from complex numbers, limits in the complex plane, and complex functions to Cauchy's theory, power series, and applications of residues. 1974 edition. Customer Reviews (2)
Excellent Reference
Caveat Emptor!!! |
26. Complex Analysis (Volume 0) by Serge Lang | |
Paperback: 476
Pages
(2008-06-13)
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Nice complex book
There's not much to say about Complex Anal.
Not enough for getting a complete perspective. First of all, this title shouldn't be included in the "Graduate Texts in Mathematics" series becausethe material it covers is covered in introductory undergraduate courses.Second, eventhough the author made a great effort to include as much topicsas he could, the treatment of most of them is highly old-fashioned. I mean,he pays no attention to the most recent and elegant refinements of thebasic theory, so the student is not immediately able to understand the realimportant ideas behind the subject. For example, nowadays the proof of theCauchy integral formula is presented as a more ar less easy corollary ofthe general Stokes theorem. The Cauchy integral theorem is also obtainedeasily following the same fashion. Incredibly, the author explores thisline in one appendix, but not well done, and apparently he doesn't realizethat there is the key idea. Also, keeping in mind that holomorphicfunctions are harmonic, most of the important results for holomorphicfunctions should follow at once from the corresponding ones for harmonicfunctions, but this old-fashioned texts don't take this remarkableimportant feature of complex analysis into account, making the treatmentinnecessarily complicated and leading the student to misunderstand bothcomplex and harmonic analysis. Eventhough the book includes a whole chapteron harmonic functions, the author doesn't use their power as heshould. I'm afraid there are few famous introductory texts that I wouldsuggest for first-timers. The best of them is Markushevitch, unfortunatelyout of print. There is also another serious drawback: The author pays noattention at all to boundary value problems and therefore to theCauchy-type integral, maybe the most important tool of complex analysis.The Hilbert transform is also not present. If you have the opportunitytake a look at Muskhelishvili's "Singular Integral Equations" andGakhov's "Boundary Value Problems" and then you will understandmy point. Lang's book could be used as a companion text and as areference for introductory courses. It's got some interestigexcercises. Its contents are: Complex Nubers and Functions; Power Series;Cauchy's Theorem, First Part; Winding Numbers and Cauchy's Theorem;Applications of Cauchy's Integral Formula; Calculus of Residues; ConformalMappings; Harmonic Functions; Schwartz Reflection; The Riemann MappingTheorem; Analytic Continuation Along Curves; Applications of the MaximumPrinciple and jensen's Formula; Entire and Meromorphic Functions; EllipticFuctions; The Gamma and Zeta Functions; The Prime number Theorem;Appendices. Please take a look to the rest of my reviews (just click onmy name above). ... Read more |
27. Introduction to Complex Analysis by H. A. Priestley | |
Hardcover: 344
Pages
(2003-10-30)
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a great book
A terrible book.
Good for undergrads
Fails due to lack of examples and clear explanations So, if you knowcomplex analysis and are looking for a basic reference book, then this maysuit your needs. If on the other hand you want a book to study complexanalysis from, then unfortunately I cannot give my recommendation.
Terrible for Undergraduate |
28. Protein, Protein Complexes: Analysis, Modeling and Drug Design by Martin Zacharias | |
Paperback: 400
Pages
(2010-05-04)
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Editorial Review Product Description The book consists of about 15 review chapters, written by experts, on the characterization of protein protein interfaces, structure determination of protein complexes (by NMR and X-ray), theory of protein protein binding, dynamics of protein interfaces, bioinformatics methods to predict interaction regions, and prediction of protein protein complex structures (docking and homology modeling of complexes, etc.) and design of protein protein interactions. It serves as a bridge between studying/analyzing protein protein complex structures (interfaces), predicting interactions, and influencing/designing interactions. |
29. Complex Analysis: An Invitation by Murali Rao, Henrik Stetkaer | |
Hardcover: 240
Pages
(1991-02)
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Not for the faint hearted |
30. Complex Variables: Introduction and Applications (Cambridge Texts in Applied Mathematics) by Mark J. Ablowitz, Athanassios S. Fokas | |
Paperback: 660
Pages
(2003-04-28)
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Excellent book -- Unique selection of topics
A very good text! The best description of this book is that it provides a comprehensive, classical treatment of the subject with a modern touch and serves ideally the needs of anyone studying Complex Analysis. Starting from the foundations of defining a complex number, through to applications in the evaluation of integrals, the WKB method, Fourier transforms and Riemann-Hilbert problems, the book covers a lot of ground in an easy to follow style. The chapters are long, but logically broken down into digestible sections and interspersed with well illustrated diagrams, numerous worked examples and exercises.The end of chapter exercises provide further opportunity for reinforcing the methods and there's a useful section at the end giving brief hints and answers to selected problems. Complex Variable analysis is treated from the definition of an analytic function and its relation to the Cauchy-Riemann equations, and in turn their application to an ideal fluid flow. The ideas of multi-valued functions, complex integration, and Cauchy's theorem are excellently treated, as are the consequences: the generalised Cauchy integral formula, the Max-Mod principle, and Liouiville and Morera's theorems. The rest of the first part of this book, which is essentially pure mathematics, deals with Laurent series, singularities, analytic continuation, the Mittag-Leffler theorem, the ALL IMPORTANT Cauchy Residue Theorem, dealing with branch points, Rouche's theorem, and their application to Fourier transforms. The second half starts off with perhaps the best I have seen on Conformal Mappings and their application to physical problems in Fluid Mechanics and Electromagnetism.Asymptotic evaluation of integrals covers methods like Watson's lemma, the method of steepest descent, and the WKB method. A good combination of pure and applied mathematics, though the book avoids either the rigour of classical works such as Whittaker and Watson or the marvellously visual presentation of Tristan Needham. Highly recommended!
The numerous pictures are enough to recommend this text
A complete reference book for complex variables This text offers a broad coverage of the subject, from fundamental properties of complex numbers, analytic functions, and singularities to more advanced topics such as conformal mapping and Riemann-Hilbert problems.Although individuals interested in pure mathematics may find some of the proofs insufficiently rigorous, those using the book as a reference for engineering or scientific problems may find the text too rigid.Overall, however, the authors have done an excellent job balancing the subject matter and successfully achieving their goal of, when necessary, "sacrificing a rigorous axiomatic development with a logical development based upon suitable assumptions." Although the mathematical development of the text is clear, concise, and easy to follow, many of the applied examples, such as those for uniform flow in section 2.1, would benefit from further physical insight.Individuals already familiar with physics will have no difficulty following many of the examples, and extending them to other situations.Those less grounded in the physical sciences, however, may find the starting equations for some of the examples to be less than intuitive.Though additional explanations would increase the book's already substantial heft, the change would benefit many readers. It is a joy to read a well-written technical book with almost no typographical or technical errors.Except for minor (and easily recognizable) typographical errors such as that in equation 2.2.12b, the book is nearly flawless.This leaves the student free to concentrate on learning the material unencumbered by worries about the text's accuracy. The index is nicely composed, complete, and accurate.This makes the book particularly useful as a reference.Typically, the reader will have little trouble using the index to go directly to the pages of most interest and applicability regarding the subject of inquiry.It would be nice to see a more complete bibliography, as well as a summary of common symbols.Especially useful would be a summary of some of the more important equations (such as Green's theorem, Cauchy's theorem, the Fourier transform, the Helmholtz equation, etc.) derived or demonstrated inthe book.A list of important equations, particularly, would improve the book's utilization as a desk reference. For the student, the text presents answers to odd-numbered questions in the back of the book.For the most part, the text presents only the answers, but occasionally the authors provide additional insight into the problem's solution, as in section 5.2.This will be useful for those engaged in independent study. Overall, this is an excellent text, and one of the most complete and well-written books on complex variables I have seen.I highly recommend it to anyone interested in the subject, and have placed it prominently upon my reference bookshelf.
Definitely a great book! |
31. Practical Methods for Design and Analysis of Complex Surveys (Statistics in Practice) by Risto Lehtonen, Erkki Pahkinen | |
Hardcover: 360
Pages
(2004-02-02)
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Practical Methods for Design and Analysis of Complex Surveys provides a useful practical resource for researchers and practitioners working in the planning, implementation or analysis of complex surveys and opinion polls, including business, educational, health, social, and socio-economic surveys and official statistics. In addition, the book is well suited for use on intermediate and advanced courses in survey sampling. |
32. Complex Analysis by Lars Ahlfors | |
Hardcover: 336
Pages
(1979-01-01)
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Total Garbage
Excellent book
Complex analysis, Ahlfors
Tough
Classic book on complex analysis: one of the best, but overpriced |
33. Statistical Modeling for Biomedical Researchers: A Simple Introduction to the Analysis of Complex Data (Cambridge Medicine) by William D. Dupont | |
Paperback: 542
Pages
(2009-02-23)
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An excellent book for new and seasoned researchers alike!
A statistical modeling text that is both clear and throrough.
Practical Introduction to Stata
Good guide
Accessible Intermediate Text |
34. An Introduction to Complex Analysis in Several Variables, Third Edition (North-Holland Mathematical Library) by L. Hormander | |
Hardcover: 268
Pages
(1990-01-16)
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excellent if you understand it
Book by a communication-challenged but expert mathematician
High-level math, as expected from Hormander So, we haveHormander's book. Lars Hormander is known for writing high-level math texts(both in quality and difficulty), as seen in his famous 4-volume seriesabout PDE's, and this book is no exception. His point of view is morerelated to his area of research (PDE's, again), and his demands forprerequisites are higher than GR (basics from Lebesgue integration,differential forms, algebra and point-set topology are more than welcome),but this book is a masterpiece of mathematical craftsmanship. The methodshere developed are often unique, and the author presents the subject in afully rigorous way. Along with the fact that it is one of the very fewbooks on several complex variables still in print, this is a very valuabletext, set in a high standard of excellence. My only complaint is theobscenely high price for a book so important. Several complex variables arean indispensable background for complex manifolds and algebraic geometry,and several important topics in theoretical physics (string theory, twistortheory, conformal field theory), and it's a shame that books like GR goout-of-print without any others for substituting them. Hormander's bookdoesn't go much deep in these directions, but you won't find any other bookin print on the subject with such a high quality. ... Read more |
35. Complex Analysis by Ian Stewart, David Tall | |
Paperback: 304
Pages
(1983-04-29)
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Horrible introduction to complex analysis
Uses geometry of complex plane well to make reading easy. It's written for 2nd year university mathematics students. It covers all the standard topics from complex differentiability through to Cauchy's integral theorem, Taylor and Laurent series and then through toevaluating real, definite integrals and finishes up on Reinmann surfaces.The concepts are developed thoroughly from a very simple starting point.The text places a large emphasis on the geometry of the complex planemeaning that diagrams and graphs are used frequently in examples and proofsmaking reading miles easier. It starts with a few simple theorems intopology (which assume no prior knowledge of the topic) and use these togive convincing proofs of concepts such as Cauchy's theorem and Merton'stheorem later in the book. The index is quite comprehensive.
Pretty good book |
36. Functions of One Complex Variable (Graduate Texts in Mathematics - Vol 11) (v. 1) by John B Conway | |
Hardcover: 330
Pages
(1978)
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Excellent Book
Nicebook , good level
Should be avoided.
Not recommended
A good read |
37. The Logic Of Failure: Recognizing And Avoiding Error In Complex Situations by Dietrich Dorner | |
Paperback: 240
Pages
(1997-08-04)
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a must-read for anyone interested in the world
I gave it to my 15 years old son to read it.
Necessary reading for aspiring planners
Computer simulations
A book that will make you wiser |
38. Complex Variables: Second Edition (Dover Books on Mathematics) by Stephen D. Fisher | |
Paperback: 448
Pages
(1999-02-16)
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Simple, excellent
I like this book.
Cheap
Inexpensive Intro to Complex Variables
an excellentbeginning |
39. Nine Introductions in Complex Analysis - Revised Edition, Volume 208 (North-Holland Mathematics Studies) by Sanford L. Segal | |
Hardcover: 500
Pages
(2007-10-24)
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40. Classical Complex Analysis (Pure and Applied Mathematics) by Mario Gonzalez | |
Hardcover: 792
Pages
(1991-09-24)
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