Édouard Jean-Baptiste Goursat

1858 - 1936

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Édouard Goursat was a French mathematician who is best known for his version of the Cauchy-Goursat theorem stating that the integral of a function round a simple closed contour is zero if the function is analytic inside the contour.
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  1. Goursat's Cours d'analyse mathématique


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  1. Mathematical Genealogy Project

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