SINGULARITIES AND ZEROS OF HOLOMORPHIC FUNCTIONS
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Singularities: an introduction
Zeros of holomorphic functions
Poles of holomorphic functions
Distinguishing poles from removable singularities
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So far, our focus of study has bee
THE ARITHMETIC OF COMPLEX NUMBERS
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1. Basic properties of complex numbers
2. An index to properties, facts, etc.
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Before doing calculus on complex functions, we need to have a good understanding
of the basic properties of complex numbers. In pa
POWER SERIES
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Introduction to power series
Dierentiating power series
Analytic functions
A digression: dening ez and proving its properties
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We will now discuss basic properties of power series, which should be familiar from
sin
TOPOLOGY, LIMITS OF COMPLEX NUMBERS
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1. Topology and limits of complex numbers
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1. Topology and limits of complex numbers
Since we will be doing calculus on complex numbers, not only do we need to know
how to do arithmetic on complex numbers, we
DIFFERENTIABILITY OF COMPLEX FUNCTIONS
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Limit denition of a derivative
Holomorphic functions, the Cauchy-Riemann equations
Dierentiability of real functions
A sucient condition for holomorphy
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1. Limit definition of a derivative
CONTOUR INTEGRATION
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1. Parameterization of curves
2. Contour integration
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In real calculus, we learn about dierentiation and integration. In multivariable
(real) calculus, we learn about several dierent types of integration: for example,
there
INTEGRATION OF HOLOMORPHIC FUNCTIONS: CAUCHYS
THEOREM
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1. Goursats Theorem
2. Cauchys Theorem: the disc version
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We will now consider the question of what happens when we integrate holomorphic
functions. More specically, we will prove a variety
UNIFORM CONVERGENCE
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1. Uniform Convergence
2. Properties of uniform convergence
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Suppose fn : R or fn : C is a sequence of real or complex functions, and
fn f as n in some sense. Furthermore, suppose we know that fn all have
certain properties
THE CAUCHY INTEGRAL FORMULA
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The Cauchy Integral Formula
Consequences of the Cauchy Integral Formula
Holomorphic functions and their power series expansions
Uniqueness theorems for holomorphic functions
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1. The Cauchy Integral
AN INTRODUCTION TO COMPLEX ANALYSIS
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1. How is real analysis and complex analysis dierent?
2. Applications of complex analysis
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What is complex analysis? If forced to give a one-sentence description, many mathematicians would probably say somet