There is no course textbook; this is because I haven't found a book that covers everything in the course, while not covering a great deal more material as well (which is uneconomical.) However, a useful reference book is `Mathematics for engineers and scientists' by Weltner, Grosjean, Schuster and Weber (ISBN 0 85950 120 5). This costs about £ 22 and is available in the book shop, but only buy it if you have some spare cash. It's also in the library on short loan (two copies) and I have a copy. It covers everything for the course, both this term and next, except number representation.
If you do buy this book, you will see there are many exercises to do. Only some are relevant to your course.
Note that the authors use j where we used i (so j^{2} = -1), and they write the complex conjugate of z as z ^{*}.
N.B. The `due in by' dates on these may be wrong.
N.B. The `due in by' dates on these may be wrong.
Any constructive comments? E-mail me: J.Deane@surrey.ac.uk