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Introduction to Complex Variables and Applications

Coming soon in March 2021
Mark J. Ablowitz, University of Colorado Boulder, Athanassios S. Fokas, University of Cambridge


The study of complex variables is beautiful from a purely mathematical point of view, and very useful for solving a wide array of problems arising in applications. This introduction to complex variables, suitable as a text for a one-semester course, has been written for undergraduate students in applied mathematics, science, and engineering. Based on the authors' extensive teaching experience, it covers topics of keen interest to these students, including ordinary differential equations, as well as Fourier and Laplace transform methods…

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Key features

  • Contains numerous examples from a variety of engineering and physical applications
  • Includes answers to selected problems
  • Results are often motivated heuristically, before being proven rigorously, to increase the student's understanding of the relevant result

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