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Complex variables offer very efficient methods for attacking many difficult problems, and it is the aim of this book to offer a thorough review of these methods and their applications. Part I is an introduction to the subject, including residue calculus and transform methods. Part II advances to conformal mappings, and the study of Riemann-Hilbert problems. An extensive array of examples and exercises are included. This new edition has been improved throughout and is ideal for use in introductory undergraduate and graduate level courses in complex variables. First Edition Hb (1997): 0-521-48058-2 First Edition Pb (1997): 0-521-48523-1
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Mark Jay Ablowitz (born June 5, 1945, New York) is a professor in the department of Applied Mathematics at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Colorado.
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