F19MC Complex Analysis

Dr Lyonell Boulton

Course co-ordinator(s): Dr Lyonell Boulton (Edinburgh).

Aims:

The module aims to provide an understanding of the basic facts of complex analysis, in particular of the nice properties enjoyed by the derivatives and integrals of functions of a complex variable, and to show how complex analysis can be used to evaluate real integrals. The course also aims to provide an understanding of the basic concepts in analysis in the context of metric spaces and to show how these ideas are generalisations of the ideas used in previous moduleMultivariable Calculus and Real Analysis and to improve the students abilities in mathematical reasoning and in expressing themselves accurately in writing by producing correct mathematical proofs.

Detailed Information

Course Description: Link to Official Course Descriptor.

Pre-requisite course(s): F18CD Multivariable Calculus and Real Analysis A & F18CE Multivariable Calculus and Real Analysis B .

Location: Edinburgh.

Semester: 2.

Assessment Methods: Due to covid, assessment methods for Academic Year 2021/22 may vary from those noted on the official course descriptor. Please see:
- Maths (F1) Course Weightings 2021/22
- Computer Science (F2) Course Weightings 2021/22
- AMS (F7) Course Weightings 2021/22

SCQF Level: 9.

Credits: 15.