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Fundamentals of Complex Analysis with Applications to Engineering, Science, and Mathematics (3rd Edition) 3rd Edition
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This book definitely prepared me for tackling the dense, theoretical, and exceptional "Complex Analysis" by Ahlfors. I'd recommend it as an introductory book for anyone trying to get into the subject who is intimidated by Ahlfors, as well as for anyone who is only interested in the essential commonly-applied tools.
I used this book in conjunction with "A First Course in Complex Analysis"
by Dennis Zill for a graduate level course, which is more of an introductory text than this book.
I recommend using both for your first course.
Another reference: Search for "Complex Analysis Modules by Mathews") on google. This served as a great online reference and has a corresponding book: COMPLEX ANALYSIS: for Mathematics and Engineering, Fifth Edition, 2006 by John H. Mathews and Russell W. Howell. Although I did not read this book, the author has put up wonderful online notes from this book, which I did use.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
2 day shipping right on time. Book was exactly what I was expecting. All together good experience.Published 4 months ago by robert
this book is a great supplement to any of the Complex analysis Books. It is written for the student to learn from and not for the author to impress his colleagues as most other... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Alf
I found out about this book from the OCW MIT course on complex analysis, and I must say it was a great find. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ssound
This book is geared at an undergraduate audience and written at roughly the same level as a first course in real analysis, though with emphasis on computational problems and... Read morePublished 14 months ago by mdromney
I find this book incredibly hard to read. It is not very clear and pulls things out of nowhere sometimes. Read morePublished 14 months ago by megan
The big reason this book is awesome is that it contains applications to real life. Every problem set has at least one problem that deals with complex numbers arising out of real... Read morePublished 22 months ago by .:ArtLutherie:.
This book is TOO MUCH MONEY
130 dollars? Son complex analysis is 130 years old
If you compute the contour integral around 130 simple poles, the residue theorem says TOO... Read more