A First Course in Complex Analysis
Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc.
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junior-level undergraduate students that are majoring in math, physics,
computer science, and electrical engineering.Summary:
Great book for engineersRating:
I used this book in conjunction with "Fundamentals of Complex Analysis..." by Saff et al for a graduate level course.
This book gives very clear introductions and explanations of
complex variable concepts and served as a boon for my first complex
variable course; I went through many other books but they all seemed to
be much more abstract that this one. If you're new to the world of
complex variables and have trouble reading existing books, this book
may very well be your life saver.
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
by John H. Mathews and Russell W. Howell. Although I did not read this
book, the author has put up wonderful online notes which I did use.Summary:
Excellent supplment to Brown and ChurchillRating:
used this book for two Graduate semesters of Complex Analysis. The
course text was Brown and Churchill which I often found lacking in
detail. This book might not be consider by some as a Graduate level
text however I found it to be an excellent supplemental text to fill in
the gaps and improve my understanding of the material.
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