

Visualization of Riemann Surfaces IIa:
Compositions of Elementary Transcendental Functions
Michael Trott
Wolfram Research, Inc. mtrott@wolfram.com
Today I deal with a slightly more mathematical subject than last time. But it is actually not the mathematics itself that is in the center, but in my opinion, the pictures of intricate surfaces that arise from the mathematics. Because of length, "Visualization of Riemann Surfaces II" will be split into three installments.
Introduction
Why Use Multivalued Functions?
Some Simple Examples of Riemann Surfaces
Outlook
Works Cited
References
Converted by Mathematica
April 20, 2000
