Riemann Surface

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Riemann Surface

 

one of the basic concepts of the theory of functions of a complex variable. The Riemann surface was introduced by B. Riemann in 1851 for the purpose of replacing the study of multiple-valued analytic functions by the study of single-valued analytic functions of a point on corresponding Riemann surfaces (seeANALYTIC FUNCTIONS).

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1) Eun-Seo Choi, Certain conformally invariant connections of Rizza mani- folds, Commun.
US and European mathematicians offer some new perspectives on the algebras, which were devised as a mathematically rigorous formulation of the physical theory of conformally invariant quantum field theories in two dimensions, and has now grown into a major research area.
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