**Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable**

by Heinrich Burkhardt

**Publisher**: D. C. Heath 1913**Number of pages**: 456

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Contents: Complex numbers and their geometrical representation; Rational functions of a complex variable and the conformal representations determined by them; Definitions and theorems on the theory of real variables and their functions; Single-valued analytic functions of a complex variable; Many-valued analytic functions of a complex variable; General theory of functions.

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