Faculty of BSU

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Name of course |
Complex analysis |

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Year |
3, Speciality Mathematics (economic activity) |

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Semester |
5 |

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Credits |
2 |

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Lecturer’s scientific and academic degree, First Name, Patronic Name, Surname |
Doctor of physical and mathematical sciences (habilitated), Professor Edmund Ivanavič Zviarovič |

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Goals of course |
Bring students up to high standard of professional competence and to form a concept about technical possibilities of this part of modern analysis. Description of basics of complex analysis and its possibilities in modern scientific models. Skills forming of applying complex analysis for constructing and research of mathematical models.
– to use main results of complex analysis in practice; –to use theoretical and practical skills of basic complex analysis in mathematics. |

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Background |
Algebra and numbers theory, Analytical Geometry, Mathematical Analysis. |

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Contents |
Laurent series and isolated singularities. The calculus of residues and its application. |

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Bibliography |
1.Б.В. Шабат. Введение в комплексный анализ. Ч. I. М.: Наука, 1976. 2.И.А. Александров, В.В. Соболев. Аналитические функции комплексного переменного. М.: Высшая школа, 1984. 3.Л.И. Волковысский, Г.Л. Лунц, И.Г. Араманович. 4.М.А. Лаврентьев, Б.В. Шабат. Методы теории функций комплексного переменного. М.: Наука, 1973. 5.Сборник задач по теории функций комплексного переменного. М.: Наука, 1970. 6.Сборник задач по теории аналитических функций / Под ред. М.А. Евграфова, М., 1972. 7.Э.И. Зверович. Вещественный и комплексный анализ. Т. 1-6. Минск: Вышэйшая школа, 2008. 8.Ю.В. Сидоров, М.Ф. Федорюк, М.И. Шабунин. Лекции по ТФКП. М.: Наука, 1989. |

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Methods of teaching |
Comparative method, problematic method, dialog and heuristic method, method of forming knowledge of a personal significance. |

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Language |
English |

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Requirements, monitoring |
–estimation of individual student works; – oral test; –class test work; Exam grade consists of 30 % – practical work in class, 10 % – oral test, 10 % –class test work; 50 % –answer on exam. |

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Form of assessment |
Exam |