An Introduction to Classical Complex Analysis ((Pure& Applied Mathematics Ser. ; Vol 1)) by Robert B. Burckel

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The idea of this book is to give an extensive description of the classical complex analysis, here ''classical'' means roughly that sheaf theoretical and cohomological methods are omitted.

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This is the best book ever written on introductory classical real analysis. Better than other well regarded "classics". As the title implies, there is no abtract measure or integration theory, nor any functional analysis, but many theorems are stated in the context of general metric or even topological spaces/5.

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Introduction i Preliminaries. In these notes the reader is assumed to have a basic knowledge of the complex numbers, here denoted C, including the basic algebraic operations with complex numbers as well as the geometric representation of complex numbers in the euclidean plane.

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