4 edition of **Geometric function theory in several complex variables** found in the catalog.

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Published
**2005** by World Scientific in Singapore, Hackensack, NJ .

Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | editors, Carl H. FitzGerald, Sheng Gong. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA76 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | viii, 342 p. : |

Number of Pages | 342 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL22627858M |

ISBN 10 | 9812560238 |

These days these are associated to algebraic groups respectively the Weil restriction from a totally real number field of GL 2and the symplectic groupfor which it happens that automorphic representations can be derived from analytic functions. Select chapters examine the rise and importance of elliptic function theory, differential equations in the complex domain, geometric function theory, and the early years of complex function theory in several variables. Subsequent chapters address the theory of plurisubharmonic functions and pseudoconvex domains, along with characteristics of domains of holomorphy. Contreras obtained his Ph.

In Chap. Major results[ edit ] One of the central tools in complex analysis is the line integral. The book includes precise descriptions of the behavior of trajectories, backward orbits, petals and boundary behavior in general, aiming to give a rather complete picture of all interesting phenomena that occur. Stein and Joseph J. As a result, the value of a holomorphic function over an arbitrarily small region in fact determines the value of the function everywhere to which it can be extended as a holomorphic function. If a function is holomorphic throughout a connected domain then its values are fully determined by its values on any smaller subdomain.

His current research interests include complex analysis, dynamical systems and probability and, especially, those areas where these topics interact with each other. Surveys of integral representations focus on the Martinelli-Bochner, Bergman-Weil, and Bochner representations. Seeking to capture the imagination of advanced undergraduate and graduate students with a basic background in complex analysis—and also to spark the interest of seasoned workers in the field—the book imparts a solid education both in complex analysis and in how modern mathematics works. The natural domains of definition of functions, continued to the limit, are called Stein manifolds and their nature was to make sheaf cohomology groups vanish. In the present volume, a number of classical proofs are improved and simplified, so that the contents are easily accessible for beginning graduate students. It is the first history of mathematics devoted to complex function theory, and it draws on a wide range of published and unpublished sources.

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Sometimes, as in the case of the natural logarithmit is impossible to analytically continue a holomorphic function to a non-simply connected domain in the complex plane but it is possible to extend it to a holomorphic function on a closely related surface known as a Riemann surface.

Awards and recognitions[ edit ].

This book is not a mere sequence of disembodied results and theories, but offers a comprehensive picture of the broad cultural and social context in which the main players lived and worked Geometric function theory in several complex variables book paying attention to the rise of mathematical schools and of contrasting national traditions.

The interest for number theorycertainly, is in specific generalizations of modular forms. Krantz has organized conferences, including the Summer Workshop in Several Complex Variables held in Santa Cruz in and attended by people. These days these are associated to algebraic groups respectively the Weil restriction from a totally real number field of GL 2and the symplectic groupfor which it happens that automorphic representations can be derived from analytic functions.

It is difficult to find a book at this level that treats all of the above subjects in a completely self-contained manner. This allows the extension of the definition of functions, such as the Riemann zeta functionwhich are initially defined in terms of infinite sums that converge only on limited domains to almost the entire complex plane.

Louiswhere he served as chair of the mathematics department. It employs the theory of generalized functions, along with the theory of functions of several complex variables. This defines a unique character of the book compared with other books on this subject, in which the notion of coherence appears much later.

There are a number of other fields, such as Banach algebra theory, that draw on several complex variables. In Chap. The deformation theory of complex structures and complex manifolds was described in general terms by Kunihiko Kodaira and D. They may alternatively have to do with the presence of mathematical singularities.

His research interests include complex analysis, several complex variables and holomorphic dynamics. In this book, just after an introductory chapter on holomorphic functions Chap. In the present volume, a number of classical proofs are improved and simplified, so that the contents are easily accessible for beginning graduate students.

He organized and spoke at a conference on the corona problem held at the Fields Institute in Toronto, Canada in June Among other things, finite-dimensionality of spaces of sections of holomorphic line bundles of compact Riemann surfaces and the triviality of holomorphic line Geometric function theory in several complex variables book over Riemann surfaces are proved, with various applications.Jun 12, · The book provides an introduction to the theory of functions of several complex variables and their singularities, with special emphasis Geometric function theory in several complex variables book topological aspects.

The topics include Riemann surfaces, holomorphic functions of several variables, classification and deformation of singularities, fundamentals of differential topology, and the topology. guide through those parts of the theory of one complex variable that seem most useful in other parts of mathematics.

There is no question that complex analysis is a corner stone of the analysis education at every university and each area of mathematics requires at least some knowledge of it.

However, many mathematicians never take more than an. The Theory of Functions of Several Complex Variables By B. Malgrange Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Bombay No part of this book may be reproduced in any form by print, microﬁlm or any other means with- equations to the case of functions of several variables).Home» MAA Publications» MAA Reviews» Browse Book Reviews.

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The topics include Riemann surfaces, holomorphic functions of several variables, classification and deformation of singularities, fundamentals of differential topology, and the topology.