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Augustin Louis Cauchy

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Residues arise ... naturally in several branches of analysis ... . Their consideration provides simple and easy-to-use methods, which are applicable to a large number of diverse questions, and some new results ... .
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Sur un nouveau genre de calcul, 1826

 
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