Inversion theory and conformal mapping

@inproceedings{Blair2000InversionTA,
  title={Inversion theory and conformal mapping},
  author={David Ervin Blair},
  year={2000}
}
Classical inversion theory in the plane Linear fractional transformations Advanced calculus and conformal maps Conformal maps in the plane Conformal maps in Euclidean space The classical proof of Liouville's theorem When does inversion preserve convexity? Bibliography Index. 
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