Dynamics in One Complex Variable: Introductory Lectures
These notes will study the dynamics of iterated holomorphic mappings from a Riemann surface to itself, concentrating on the classical case of rational maps of the Riemann sphere. They are based on introductory lectures given at Stony Brook during the Fall Term of 1989-90 and also in later years. I am grateful to the audiences for a great deal of constructive criticism, and to Branner, Douady, Hubbard, and Shishikura who taught me most of what I know in this field. Also, I want to thank A. Poirier, S. Zakeri, and R. Perez for their extremely helpful criticisms of various drafts. There have been a number of extremely useful surveys of holomorphic dynamics over the years - those of Brolin, Douady, Blanchard, Lyubich, Devaney, Keen, and Eremenko-Lyubich, as well as the textbooks by Bear don, Steinmetz, and Carleson-Gamelin, are particularly recommended to the reader. (Compare the list of references at the end, and see Alexander for historical information. ) This subject is large and rapidly growing. These lectures are intended to introduce the reader to some key ideas in the field, and to form a basis for further study. The reader is assumed to be familiar with the rudiments of complex variable theory and of two-dimensional differential geometry, as well as some basic topics from topology. The necessary material can be found for example in Ahlfors 1966, Hocking and Young, Munkres, and vVillmore.
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Ernst Schroder 18411902
Iterated Holomorphic Maps
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