This subject allows you to appreciate how complex analysis extends the ideas of calculus to the complex plane, and throws light on real number problems. It generalises the concepts of calculus (limits, derivatives, Taylor series and integrals) to functions of complex variables. The subject culminates with residue theory and its applications to both complex and real integration. This subject enables you to be more familiar and comfortable with mathematical background, concepts and language necessary for the study of applicable mathematics.
School of Computing and Mathematics
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