This concise book on the functions of a complex variable provides the basics on a number of important topics:
Conformal representation Special transformations The complex integral calculus The calculus of residues Brisk and clear-cut in its style, the treatment is particularly valuable to students of pure or applied mathematics, especially those with an interest in the mechanism of conformal transformation. The book is enhanced with a section of worked examples and an Index. AUTHOR: British mathematician Edgar Giraldus Phillips was a Senior Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, and later a faculty member at the University College of South Wales, Bangor. His other books include Some Topics in Complex Analysis and A Course of Analysis.