Documenting Riemann's impact on the theory of complex functions

Neuenschwander, E.
June 1998
Mathematical Intelligencer;Summer98, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p19
Academic Journal
Examines the work and ideas of the mathematician Bernhard Reimann. What Riemann contributed to complex analysis; Reference to courses published by Riemann; Information on Riemann's function and theoretical work in Germany, France, Italy and Great Britain.


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