This volume is a sequel to the much-appreciated The Cauchy Method of Residues published in 1984 (also by Kluwer under the D.Reidel imprint). Volume 1 surveyed the main results published in the period 1814--1982. The present volume contains various results which were omitted from the first volume, some results mentioned briefly in Volume 1 and discussed here in greater detail, and new results published since 1982. It also contains short expositions, by various authors, dealing with new and interesting aspects of the theory and applications of residues.
This volume will be of interest to researchers and graduate students in complex analysis, and also physicists and engineers whose work involves the application of complex functions.