# Definition:Integrable Function/Complex

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## Definition

Let $\mathbb I := \closedint a b$ be a closed real interval.

Let $f: \mathbb I \to \C$ be a bounded complex-valued function.

Define the real function $x: \mathbb I \to \R$ by:

- $\forall t \in \mathbb I: \map x t = \map \Re {\map f t}$

Define the real function $y: \mathbb I \to \R$ by:

- $\forall t \in \mathbb I: \map y t = \map \Im {\map f t}$

where:

- $\map \Re {\map f t}$ denotes the real part of the complex number $\map f t$
- $\map \Im {\map f t}$ denotes the imaginary part of $\map f t$.

Suppose that both $x$ and $y$ are Riemann integrable over $\mathbb I$.

Then the **complex (Riemann) integral of $f$ over $\mathbb I$** is defined as:

- $\ds \int_a^b \map f t \rd t = \int_a^b \map \Re {\map f t} \rd t + i \int_a^b \map \Im {\map f t} \rd t$

$f$ is formally defined as **(properly) complex integrable over $\mathbb I$ in the sense of Riemann**, or **(properly) complex Riemann integrable over $\mathbb I$**.

More usually (and informally), we say:

**$f$ is (Riemann) complex integrable over $\mathbb I$.**

## Sources

- 2001: Christian Berg:
*Kompleks funktionsteori*$\S 2.2$