This textbook is an introduction to the classical theory of functions of a complex variable. The author’s aim is to explain the basic theory in an easy-to-understand . The back cover of Complex Analysis, by the great algebraic and differential geometer Kunihiko Kodaira (–), features the phrase. , English, Japanese, Book, Illustrated edition: Introduction to complex analysis / Kunihiko Kodaira ; translated by A. Sevenster ; edited by A.F. Beardon.
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