|Math 503: Complex Analysis, in the Fall, 1997, semester|
|Preface||Background||Syllabus||Homework||Links to 503 technical pages||The text|
|The first lecture||In Postscript||In gif|
|Preparation for the midterm||In Postscript||In gif|
|The midterm exam||In Postscript||In gif|
|Some answers to the midterm||In Postscript||In gif|
|The last lecture||In Postscript||In gif|
|Preparation for the final||In Postscript||In gif|
|The final exam||In Postscript||In gif|
|Some answers to the final exam||The answers are currently unavailable.|
I will try to add links to other material about complex analysis, and I invite suggestions for additions.
8/26/97 My first candidate is work of Doug Arnold of the Penn State Math Department. He has created some nice moving pictures of complex functions.
9/2/97 Another web page of Doug Arnold has links to notes on complex analysis, homework problems, and an exam (with answers!) for a beginning graduate course.
9/2/97 Here are more written qualifying exam problems than you want to look at, from UC-Berkeley. There are many complex analysis problems.