800:156 01      11:00 a.m. MWF       WRT 010      Spring Semester 2004    
                      Introduction to Complex Analysis

Reasonable accomodations will be made for all students with a qualified disability. All requests for accomodations from students claiming disabilities must be processed through the Office of Disability Services, 213 Student Services Center (273-2676).
Instructor: Campbell, R. B. Wright 328. x-32447 e-mail: campbell
Office hours: Unless there is excessive demand, office hours will not be restricted to specified times. You may either catch me after class, call me on the phone, or leave an e-mail message to find a time that is mutually convenient. I shall generally be in my office 10:00 a.m. MWF.

Text: Marsden, J. E. and M. J. Hoffman. 1999. Basic Complex Analysis, third edition. W. H. Freeman, New York.

There will be three tests worth 100 points each and a final worth 125 points. Each test will be preceded by a take-home test with the same point value. If homework is collected, it will be worth 100 points. Tentative test dates and coverage are
Analytic functions chapter 1 04 February 100
Cauchy's theorem chapter 2 01 March 100
Series and Residues chapters 3, 4 12 April 100
Conformal mappings and comprehensive chapter 5 04 May 125
Homework ???
Total 850?
(The coverage and dates are tentative. I reserve the right to omit sections of the text, and some material not in the text may be covered.)

Cheating of any kind on examinations or quizzes is a serious matter as discussed in Policies and Procedures 3.01 Academic Ethics/Discipline. Sanctions may range from no credit for the test or quiz to suspension from the University.

Attendance is not a component of your point total, but the lectures provide an important complement to the text, sometimes presenting a different focus on the material.

Although this text has undergone several revisions, it is not perfect. I shall try to draw to your attention any inaccuracies I notice. You are invited to draw errata to my attention. You are also invited to correct any mistakes I make in lecture.

This handout has been prepared using PC-Write. You should learn to use a word processor before you graduate. (It has been revised using the TPU texteditor on ICEMAN/COBRA/VIPER, textedit on a Sun, and Kedit under debian Linux.)

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