Several Complex Variables III

Geometric Function Theory (Encyclopaedia of Mathematical Sciences)

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  • Calculus & mathematical analysis,
  • Mathematics,
  • Geometry - Algebraic,
  • Mathematical Analysis,
  • Mathematical Physics,
  • Mathematics / Mathematical Analysis

Edition Notes

ContributionsI.M. Dektyarev (Contributor), O.M. Khudaverdyan (Contributor), V.Ya. Lin (Contributor), S.I. Pinchuk (Contributor), E.A. Poletskii (Contributor), L.I. Ronkin (Contributor), A.A. Roslyi (Contributor), A.S. Schwarz (Contributor), B.V. Shabat (Contributor), A.E. Tumanov (Contributor), M.G. Zaidenberg (Contributor), G.M. Khenkin (Editor), Jaak Peetre (Translator)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages261
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9558606M
ISBN 103540170057
ISBN 109783540170051

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Several Complex Variables III by G.M. Khenkin Book Resume: Tasty Bits of Several Complex Variables by Jiri Lebl Book Resume: This book is a polished version of my course notes for MathSeveral Complex Variables, given in Spring and Spring semester at Oklahoma State University.

The course covers basics of holomorphic function. We consider the basic problems, notions and facts in the theory of entire functions of several variables, i.

functions J(z) holomorphic in the entire n space 1 the zero set of an entire function is not discrete and therefore one has no analogue of a tool such as the canonical Weierstrass product, which is fundamental in the case n = 1.

This book is a short overview of the theory of several complex variables that emphasized the elementary aspects of the subject, such as Hartogs' theory, and domains of holomorphy. The price quoted here for the book is surely a mistake, and even though it is out of print, if obtained it could still be of use for by: Introduction to Complex Analysis in Several Variables Volker Scheidemann theory of several complex variables, illustrate it with as many examples as I could out this book n,m denote natural numbers (including zero).

The set of strictly positive naturals will be denoted by N +, the set of strictly positive reals by R +. We consider the basic problems, notions and facts in the theory of entire functions of several variables, i.

functions J(z) holomorphic in the entire n space 1 the zero set of an entire function is not discrete and therefore one has no analogue of a tool such as the canonical Weierstrass. I have always had a soft spot for Gunning and Rossi ("Analytic Functions of Several Complex Variables"), probably because it is more "algebraic" in its approach) (sheaves, local rings, and so on.

Hormander's "Introduction to Complex Analysis in Several Variables" takes what I always thought was a more "analytic" approach. Buy Several Complex Variables III: Geometric Function Theory (Encyclopaedia of Mathematical Sciences) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. Several Complex Variables By B.

Malgrange Notes by Raghavan Narasimhan Distributed for the No part of this book may be reproduced in any form by print, microfilm or any other means with- equations to the case of functions of several variables).

The theory of functions of several complex variables is the branch of mathematics dealing with complex valued functions (, ,)on the space C n of n-tuples of complex numbers. As in complex analysis, which is the case n = 1 but of a distinct character, these are not just any functions: they are supposed to be holomorphic or complex analytic, so that locally speaking they are power.

A number of monographs of various aspects of complex analysis in several variables have appeared since the first version of this book was published, but none of them uses the analytic techniques based on the solution of the Neumann Problem as the main Edition: 3.