MATH 366, Honours Complex Analysis, Fall 2014
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Tue, Thurs 10:00-11:30, Burnside 1205
Office: BH1220, Office Hours: Tuesday, 11:30-12:30;
Wednesday, 9:20-10:20; or by appointment
E-mail: jakobson AT math.mcgill.ca
Prerequisite: Math 248. Co-requisite: Math 354
Email: xianchao.wu AT mail.mcgill.ca
Functions of a complex variable, Cauchy-Riemann equations, Cauchy's
theorem and its consequences. Uniform convergence on compacta. Taylor
and Laurent series, open mapping theorem, Rouche's theorem and the
argument principle. Calculus of residues. Fractional linear
transformations and conformal mappings.
Your final mark will be the largest
of the following: [20% Assignments + 30% Midterm + 50% Final]; OR
[20% Assignments + 80% Final].
WebCT: Your scores on assignments, midterm, final, and your
final mark will be posted on
There will be a supplemental exam, counting for 100% of the
supplemental grade. No additional work will be accepted for D, F or J.
Functional Intro to Analysis and Topology
(bottom of the page), this is my old math 354 page
Geometry and Differential Equations
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