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Posted by ubpdqn on September 24, 2012

Unknown Blogger Mathematica

 

I first read this book in 2001. I have now re-read it and I hope to re-read it many more times.  This is an exceptional book and I am dumbfounded by how illuminating it has been with a second read 11 years later.  The author makes a distinct effort to provide deep (principally geometric) insights into complex analysis as well as connections between complex analysis and non-Euclidean geometry as well as physics. The power of visualization and the amplitwist concept is clear.  I still need to re-read this book to get the most out of it but the explorations of conformal mappings/analyticity/harmonic functions from the multiple viewpoints was a unique and deeply rewarding experience.

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