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eVulcanon

I am a physics student with poor mathematical knowledges, so I wanna study some mathematical subjects again, by myself.

thanks!

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eVulcanon

I am a physics student with poor mathematical knowledges, so I wanna study some mathematical subjects again, by myself.

thanks!

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eVulcanon

Some advanced book else for graduate student level?

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eVulcanon

It is a good book, thx a lot!

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Markushevich's "Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable"

This is my all time favorite complex variable book. Get the

three volume set not the abridged version (also good but get

the whoe thing). The translation by the way was done by Silverman.

Zeev Nejari's "Conformal Mapping" -- another great book and I believe is

published by Dover so it is cheap.

One more note, my complex variable advisor had Ahlfors for a thesis advisor.

In addition to to the Ahlfors text the above two were recommended for the course.

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