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Course Instructor: Monson H. Hayes
Course Time: Tuesday and Thursday, 10:30 - 11:45
Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday, 13:00 - 15:00 in Room 1002 Building 305.
Textbook: None.

Prerequisite:
A course in calculus and a familiarity with integrals and differentiation and convergence of a series of numbers. A desire to learn, a willingness to work hard, and the commitment to think independently.

Course Objectives:

  1. To understand concepts of complex analysis, including functions of a complex variable, differentiation, the Cauchy-Reiman relations, branch points and branch cuts, mappings, Taylor and Laurant series, singularities, and integration. Â
  2. To understand the concepts of Fourier analysis, including Fourier expansions, Fourier series and Fourier transforms, generalized functions and the impulse, the Laplace transform, and the Fourier analysis of signals.
  3. To understand the concepts of probabilities and random variables, including important distributions , conditional probabilities, independence, and Monte Carlo simulations.

Course Requirements:
Weekly Homework Assignments.
Two exams plus a Final Exam.

Lecture Schedule:
The lecture schedule may be found here, but may change as the term progresses, and will be updated as needed.

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