REINHOLD REMMERT's Theory of Complex Functions PDF

By REINHOLD REMMERT

ISBN-10: 0387971955

ISBN-13: 9780387971957

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What STEtNITZ proved is: If v E R'(I < m < oo) for all v, then the set of rearrangement-induced sums of the serves Ev is either empty or an affine subspace of R'". A very accessible modem account of this will be found in P. ROSENTHAL "The remarkable theorem of Levy and Steinitz," Amer. Math. Monthly 94(1987), pp. 342-351. In this connection the 1917 paper "Bedingt konvergente Reihen" published by W. GROSS in the Monatshefte fur Mathematik 28, pp. 221-237 is also worth reading. In analysis a series E a.

This field is called the field C of complex numbers. , (X1, 0)(x2, 0) = (X1x2, 0)). We identify the real number x with the complex number (x, 0). Via this identification C becomes a field extension of R with the unit element 1 := (1,0) E C. We further define i:=(0,1)EC; this notation was introduced in 1777 by EULER: "... 130). Evidently we have i2 = -1. The number i is often called the imaginary unit of C. Every number z = (x, y) E C admits a unique representation (x, y) = (x, 0) + (0,1)(y, 0), that is, z = x + iy with x, y E R; this is the usual way to write complex numbers.

COMPLEX NUMBERS AND CONTINUOUS FUNCTIONS 34 §5 Continuous functions The main business of analysis is the study of functions. The concept of function will be taken for granted here and the words function and mapping will be used synonymously. Functions with domain X and range in Y are indicated by f : X -. Y, x --4 f (x) or f : X - + Y or f (x) or just f. In what follows X, Y, Z are always metric spaces and dX, dy, dz are their metrics. 1. The continuity concept. A mapping f : X -* Y is said to be continuous at the point a E X if the f-pre-image (also called the f-inverseimage) f -1(V) :_ {x E X : f (x) E V} of every neighborhood V of f (a) in Y is a neighborhood of a in X.

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