2 edition of **Topics in conformal geometry** found in the catalog.

Topics in conformal geometry

Andrew J. Korsak

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Published
**1961**
by [s.n.] in Toronto
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Thesis (M.A.)--University of Toronto, 1961.

Statement | Andrew J. Korsak. |

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Open Library | OL14852808M |

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With this new book, in the tradition of Zeev Nehari’s Conformal Mapping, Steven G. Krantz once again displays masterful skill at rendering accessible the often advanced and complex ideas of conformal geometry to non-specialists and advanced undergraduates.. The field of conformal geometry is often ascribed to have begun with Riemann’s proof of his famous mapping . This book covers the following topics in applied mathematics: Classical algebra and geometry, Trigonometry, derivative, The complex exponential, Primes, roots and averages, Taylor series, Integration techniques, Matrices and vectors, Transforms and special functions. Author(s): Thaddeus H. Black.

Overall, this book is a nice textbook for a graduate student to study from or a great reference for a research mathematician. Anyone who is interested in exploring relativity from a geometry perspective or simply interested purely in geometric analysis can gain something from this text John Ross, Southwestern University. This book includes an introduction to Euclidean geometric algebra focused on R^2 and R^3, an introduction to geometric calculus and multivector Green's functions, applications to electromagnetism (82 pages), and some appendices. Here we discuss a solution to this problem, based on conformal geometry. The language of geometric algebra is.

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Most conformal invariants can be described in terms of extremal properties. Conformal invariants and extremal problems are therefore intimately linked and form together the central theme of this classic book which is primarily intended for students with approximately a year's background in complex variable by: Topics include the Riemann mapping theorem, invariant metrics, normal families, automorphism groups, the Schwarz lemma, harmonic measure, extremal length, analytic capacity, and invariant geometry.

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