THEORY OF FUNCTIONS PARTS I AND II KONRAD KNOPP
Theory of Functions,Parts I and II CHAPTER 1. NUMBERS AND POINTS.§ 2. THE Plane and Sphere of Complex Numbers.§ 3. Point Sets and Sets of Numbers.§ 4. Paths,Regions,Continua.CHAPTER 2. FUNCTIONS OF A COMPLEX VARIABLE.§ 6. Continuity and Differentiability.§ 7. The Cauchy-Riemann Differential Equations.CHAPTER 3. THE INTEGRAL OF A CONTINUOUS FUNCTION.
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Theory of Functions, Parts I and II (Dover Books on
This is a one-volume edition of Parts I and II of the classic five-volume set The Theory of Functions prepared by renowned mathematician Konrad Knopp. Concise, easy to follow, yet complete and rigorous, the work includes full demonstrations and detailed proofs.Reviews: 8Format: PaperbackAuthor: Konrad Knopp
Theory of Functions, Parts I and II by Konrad Knopp
Two volumes of a classic 5-volume work in one handy edition. Part I considers general foundations of the theory of functions; Part II stresses special functions and characteristic, important types of functions, selected from single-valued and multiple-valued classes.4.6/5(7)