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Books: A Course of Modern Analysis
Whittaker E.T., Watson G.N., 1927

A Course of Modern Analysis


This classic text has entered and held the field as the standard book on the applications of analysis to the transcendental functions. The authors explain the methods of modern analysis in the first p…

Books: Transcendental dependent arising a translation and exposition

Transcendental dependent arising a translation and exposition


Transcendental dependent arising a translation and exposition

Books: Transcendental number theory
Baker A., 1990

Transcendental number theory


First published in 1975, this classic book gives a systematic account of transcendental number theory, that is those numbers which cannot be expressed as the roots of algebraic equations having ration…

Books: New advances in transcendence theory
Baker A., 1988

New advances in transcendence theory


Attractively produced proceedings of a Symposium on Transcendental Number Theory which took place, under auspices of the London Mathematical Society, at the University of Durham in July, 1986. Contain…

Books: Applied and Computational Complex Analysis. I: Power Series, Integration, Conformal Mapping, Location of Zeros.
Henrici P., 1988

Applied and Computational Complex Analysis. I: Power Series, Integration, Conformal Mapping, Location of Zeros.


This volume, after laying the necessary foundations in the theory of power series and complex integration, discusses applications and basic theory (without the Riemann mapping theorem) of conformal ma…

Books: Symbolic integration 1. Transcendental functions
Bronstein M., 1997

Symbolic integration 1. Transcendental functions


Symbolic Integration I is destined to become the standard reference work in the field. Manuel Bronstein is a leading expert on this topic and his book is the first to treat the subject both comprehens…
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