# Textbooks

There are no required textbooks.

I will post lecture notes to the web page. Lecture Notes### Vector analysis:

There are few appropriate vector-analysis ebooks available.

The non-profit Internet Archive, however, has an early edition of Davis and Snider's

popular book available online. Please see:

Davis, H. F. and Snider, A. D. 1979. Introduction to Vector Analysis. Allyn and Bacon, Boston.

Link to Textbook### Complex variables:

The mathematics library has a number of Springer ebooks that can be

downloaded and used as textbooks for the complex-variables portion of

the course. For examples, please see:

Agarwal, R. P., Perera, K., and Pinelas, S. 2011. An Introduction to Complex Analysis. Springer, New York.

Link to TextbookBak, J. and Newman, D. J. 2010. Complex Analysis. Springer, New York.

Link to TextbookCohen, H. 2007. Complex Analysis with Applications in Science and Engineering. Springer, New York.

Link to TextbookPonnusamy, S. and Silverman, H. 2006. Complex Variables with Applications. Birkhauser, Boston.

Link to Textbook### Other references:

Please see the references section for other useful books.