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Complex analysis - 3AMMA362

  • Number of hours

    • Lectures 13.5
    • Projects -
    • Tutorials 12.0
    • Internship -
    • Laboratory works -
    • Written tests -


    ECTS 2.5


General goals

To acquire a good knowledge of the complex plane properties and to discover the properties and the behaviour of complex variables functions. A particular stress is given to the results and notions frequently used in automatics courses and signal processing courses.

Specific goals

•to know how use complex functions
•to calculate integrals with residue theorem and understand mathematical theories concerning complex fonctions.




1 Complex derivation
1.1 Limits, continuity
1.2 Complex derivation
1.3 Harmonical functions
2 Usual complex functions
2.1 Complex polynomial functions
2.2 N root
2.3 Exponential function, trigonometrical functions,complex logarithm
3.Complex integration
3.1 Line integrals
3.2 Cauchy theorem
3.3 Cauchy integral formula
3.4 Derivatives of a holomorphic function
3.5 Liouville theorem
4. Holomorphic functions analyticity
4.1 Analyticity definition
4.2 Equivalence between analyticity and holomorphic property
4.3 Laurent series
5 Residue theorem and application
5.1 Zeros and singularity
5.2 Residue theorem
5.3 Residue calculation
5.4 Integral calculations with the residue theorem


Mathematics of first and second year, notions of limits, continuity, derivation, partial derivatives, differentiation, integration,line integrals, usual real fonctions, fractions and simple elements decomposition, power series


Continuous assessment CC: 1h
Written exam DS: 1h45 without document and calculator


The course exists in the following branches:

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Additional Information

Course ID : 3AMMA362
Course language(s): FR

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•JF Pabion, Eléments d'analyse complexe, Ellipses, 1995.
•W Rudin, Analyse réelle et complexe : cours et exercices, Dunod, Paris, 1998
•P Vogel, Fonctions analytiques: Cours et exercices avec solutions, Dunod, 1999.