The class might be especially interesting to advanced high school students who are interested in research projects. If you are a high school student who has already taken Calculus and are interested in this class, then you should contact me.If you are an undergraduate student with strong computing skills (Python, Sage) and would like to get involved in some research project, then you should contact me asap. Fall 2015MTH 353 Complex variables (4 credits) Room: TBATime: MW 5:30-7:17 Office hours: TBA Description: A study of analytic functions of a complex variable including differentiation and integration, series representations, the theory of residues and applications. Prerequisites:
- Complex Variables (Pure and Applied Undergraduate Texts), (2011) by Joseph L. Taylor, ISBN-13: 978-0821869017 ISBN-10: 0821869019
Further readings - Complex Functions: An Algebraic and Geometric Viewpoint, by Gareth A. Jones, David Singerman
Grading:There will a quiz every day in addition to two midterms and the final. The scores will be weighted as follows: - Midterm I: 20%
- Midterm II: 20%
- HW/Quizzes 20%
- Final 40%
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Grades will be computed using the Oakland University guidelines. 94% --> 4.0 50% ---> 1.0 Using a linear model we have
where T is the total score for the semester. Contact:Department of Mathematics Oakland University 368 SEB 2200 N. Squirrel Road, Rochester, Michigan 48309-4401 Email: shaska AT oakland.edu |