Lectures on The Theory of Functions of Several Complex Variables

Lectures on The Theory of Functions of Several Complex Variables

Lectures on The Theory of Functions of Several Complex Variables
by B. Malgrange

Publisher: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research 1958
ISBN/ASIN: 3540128751
Number of pages: 138

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Contents: Cauchy's formula and elementary consequences; Reinhardt domains and circular domains; Complex analytic manifolds; Analytic Continuation; Envelopes of Holomorphy; Domains of Holomorphy - Convexity Theory; d''-cohomology on the cube; Holomorphic Regular Matrices; Complementary Results; Coherent Analytic Sheaves.

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