Mathematical analysis D - (5 cfu)
|Prof. Pietro Celada||Tel. 0521-906923 - Fax. 0521- 906950|
| ||E-mail. email@example.com|
| ||Home page. http://www.unipr.it/~pcelada6|
The course provides the basic notion of calculus for functions of one complex variable and of ordinary differential equations.
Algebra of complex numbers. Topology of the complex plane. Sequences and series of complex numbers. Limits and continuity for functions of one complex variable. Complex paths and integration. Complex exponential and trigonometric functions. Euler’s formula.
Basic properties. Cauchy-Riemann equations.
Abel’s lemma and radius of convergence. Cauchy-Hadamard’s formula. Differentiation and integration of power series.
Index of a path. Cauchy’s theorem. Cauchy’s formula and applications: power series representation, Cauchy estimates, Liouville’s theorem and the fundamental theorem of algebra.
Classification of singularities. Laurent series. Residue Theorem and applications.
Ordinary differential equations.
Definiton and examples. Local existence and uniqueness. Maximal and global solutions. Solving special class of scalar ode’s: linear, separation of variables, Bernoulli’s equations.
Fundamental system of solutions. Wronski matrix. Lagrange’s variation of constants. Linear algebra: semisimple and nihilpotent matrices, Jordan’s canonical form. Exponential matrix. Linear ode’s of higher order
An exercise course takes place. Students may be requested to work out weekly assignments
A final written and oral exam takes place.
Lecture notes and material taken from the following textbooks:
G. C. Barozzi: Matematica per l’ingegneria dell’informazione, Zanichelli, Bologna, 2001;
J. B. Conway: Functions of one complex variable, Graduate Text in Mathematics n.11, Springer-Verlag, New York, 1978;
M. W. Hirsch - S. Smale: Differential equations, dynamical systems, and linear algebra, Academic Press, New York, 1974;
C. D. Pagani - S. Salsa: Analisi matematica vol.2, Masson, Milano, 1991.
Ultimo aggiornamento: 17-08-2007