MA 315
Complex Analysis Resource List

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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

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Graphics for Complex Analysis **
contains a nice collection of graphical demonstrations written by Douglas Arnold
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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.

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Resources for the Teaching Complex
Variables
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Paul Fishback (**f(z)** and reading
and internet resource lists. See
http://faculty.gvsu.edu/fishbacp/complex/complex.htm.

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Visualizing Complex-Valued Functions in the
Plane**
offers for a few complex mappings multi-color representations created by Frank
Farris (

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Understanding Complex Function Graphs **is
a paper written by Tom Banchoff (*Communications in Visual Mathematics*.
It offers animations to enhance the understanding of the structure of
complex graphs as four-di

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Julia and Mandelbrot Set Explorer**
contains a program that constructs Mandelbrot and Julia sets based on specified
para

this explorer was created by David Joyce (

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A Peaucellier’s linkage** is a simple **
http://www.geom.umn.edu/education/math5337/linkage/**.