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Book and Mathematica Notebooks
Posted: Sep 26, 1996 4:46 PM
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Subject: Book and Mathematica Notebooks


This is a book and software supplements which readers of the
SIAM Newsletter on Supercomputing might find of interest.
For more information see:

http://www.jbpub.com/nbis/mathews.htm

COMPLEX ANALYSIS: for Mathematics & Engineering, 3rd Ed, 1997
by John H. Mathews and Russell W. Howell
ISBN: 0-7637-0270-6

Jones & Bartlett Pub, 40 Tall Pine Drive, Sudbury, MA 01776
Tele. (800) 832-0034; FAX: (508) 443-8000
E-mail: mkt@jbpub.com, http://www.jbpub.com/

Up to date presentation of the standard topics: Analytic
and Harmonic Functions, Series, Julia and Mandelbrot Sets,
Contour Integration, Taylor Series, Laurent Series, Residue
Calculus, Conformal Mapping, Applications of Harmonic
Functions, Fourier Series, and the Laplace Transform.

A new software supplements is available, COMPLEX
ANALYSIS: Mathematica Notebooks. The built in subroutines: Residue , Laurent
Series, Conformal Mapping, and Laplace
Transform are demonstrated in the complex analysis setting.

Contact the publisher regarding the text and the author
regarding the availability of the Mathematica supplement.

Best Regards,

John H. Mathews
Mathematics Dept.
California State University Fullerton
Fullerton, CA 92831
mathews@fullerton.edu








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