MA 315 Complex Analysis Resource List
Explorations in Complex Analysis is a book “…written for undergraduates who have studied some complex analysis and want to explore additional topics in the field.” This may be a valuable resource for your final paper/presentation topic consideration. The book’s website is http://www.maa.org/ebooks/crm/EXCA.html and the ComplexTool java applet link is http://www.maa.org/ebooks/EXCA/ComplexTool.html.
Graphics for Complex Analysis
contains a nice collection of graphical demonstrations written by Douglas Arnold
Java Complex Function Viewer is an applet written by Keith Orpen and Djun Kim (University of British Columbia) to visualize complex mappings [in particular, sin(z), cos(z), and exp(z)]. In the applet you can vary the location of a domain square grid and view its image by the complex function selected. See http://sunsite. ubc.ca/LivingMathematics/V001N01/UBCExamples/ComplexViewer/complex.html.
Resources for the Teaching Complex
is maintained by
Paul Fishback (
Visualizing Complex-Valued Functions in the
offers for a few complex mappings multi-color representations created by Frank
Understanding Complex Function Graphs is
a paper written by Tom Banchoff (
Julia and Mandelbrot Set Explorer
contains a program that constructs Mandelbrot and Julia sets based on specified
this explorer was created by David Joyce (
A Peaucellier’s linkage is a simple