raffamaiden ha scritto:Dovresti specificare a quale insieme appartiene z (anche perchè tra reale e complesso il modulo viene interpretato differentemente)
Camillo ha scritto:For finding the solution the Rouchè theorem is useful.
I'm not 100% sure but I believe the anglo-saxon people use the word dissertation. And you should br glad they let you write in English. I proposed to do that myself but university staff won't let me do so.Zero87 ha scritto:my thesys in english (uff)
Such that, not "like that". Also, "holomorphic" is an adjective and so it comes before the noun and without the final "s", even if it is plural: holomorphic \(f, g\).So, i decided to use the Rouche's theorem which says that if i have a cycle $\gamma$ ~ $0$ (mod $\Omega$) like that $Ind_\gamma (z)=0,1$ $\forall z\in \Omega$ and $f,g$ holomorphics
I'd say evaluated.extimated (or calculated?
I don't like this sentence. I would have said something like "so the hypotheses of Rouche's Theorem are met, from which we conclude that[...]".So, this will respect the hipothesys of Rouché's Theorem and I will conclude that[...]
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