entire function

An entire function is a complex-valued function of one complex variable that is defined and holomorphic on the entire (hence the name) complex plane (as opposed to a partial holomorphic function, which might be defined only on some open subset of the plane).

The study of entire functions is a rather nontrivial branch of complex analysis; of course, with many applications.

category: analysis

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