Topics in Hardy classes and univalent functions by Marvin Rosenblum

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  • Hardy classes.,
  • Univalent functions.

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Includes bibliographical references (p. [237]-244) and index.

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StatementMarvin Rosenblum, James Rovnyak.
ContributionsRovnyak, James.
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LC ClassificationsQA331 .R726 1994
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 250 p. :
Number of Pages250
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Open LibraryOL1098725M
ISBN 10376435111X, 081765111X
LC Control Number94023454

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The theory of Hardy and Nevanlinna classes is derived from proper­ ties of harmonic majorants of subharmonic functions (Chapters 3 and 4). A selfcontained treatment of harmonic and subharmonic functions is included (Chapters 1 and 2).Cited by: Topics in Hardy Classes and Univalent Functions.

Usually dispatched within 3 to 5 business days. Usually dispatched within 3 to 5 business days. These notes are based on lectures given at the University of Virginia over the past twenty years. They may be viewed as a course in function theory for nonspecialists.

Half-plane function theory continues to be useful for applications and is a focal point in our account (Chapters 5 and 6). The theory of Hardy and Nevanlinna classes is derived from proper­ ties of harmonic majorants of subharmonic functions (Chapters 3 and 4).Price: $ Half-plane function theory continues to be useful for applications and is a focal point in our account (Chapters 5 and 6).

The theory of Hardy and Nevanlinna classes is derived from proper­ ties of harmonic majorants of subharmonic functions (Chapters 3 and 4). Chapters give the function-theoretic background to Hardy Classes and Operator Theory, Oxford Mathematical Monographs, Oxford University Press, New York, Get this from a library.

Topics in Hardy classes and univalent functions. [Marvin Rosenblum; James Rovnyak] -- This book treats classical and contemporary topics in function theory and is accessible after a one-year course in real and complex analysis.

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The classes, are precisely the classes of analytic functions in that have boundary values and that can be recovered from them by means of the Cauchy functions that can be represented in by an integral of Cauchy or Cauchy–Stieltjes type belong, generally speaking, only to the classes, (the converse is not true).

Univalent functions in belong to all the classes. Abstract. We apply the results of Chapter 3 to analytic functions on the unit disk. The theorem of Szegö-Solomentsev (Theorem ) permits a very quick derivation of the fundamental representation theorems for the Nevanlinna classes N(D) and N + (D).These results (Theorems and ) give the complete multiplicative structure of any function f in N(D) or N + (D).Author: Marvin Rosenblum, James Rovnyak.

Analytic Solutions of a Class of Briot-Bouquet Differential Equations (S Owa & H M Srivastava) A Certain Class of Generalized Hypergeometric Functions Associated with the Hardy Space of Analytic Functions (H M Srivastava) On the Coefficients of the Univalent Functions of the Nevalinna Classes N 1 and N 2 (P G Todorov) and other papers.

Even though the class B (P, g, α, β) is a subclass of the class S of univalent functions, we remark that the class B φ, ψ (P, g, α, β) does not need to be in the class S of univalent functions. But, if φ and ψ have positive real parts, then the class B φ, ψ (P, g, α, β) is a subclass of Bazilevič by: 1.

However, the function theory is different from that of Hardy classes and more closely related to the calculus of. Topics in Hardy Classes and Univalent Functions (Birkhäuser Advanced Texts Basler Lehrbücher) by Marvin Rosenblum, James Rovnyak ISBN ().

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[Birkhäuser Advanced Texts:. In a recent paper [3] the authors investigated the Hardy classes for functions in the class U, = MV[O, K].

In this paper we extend this result and determine the Hardy classes for functions in the class MV[q K], when 01 > 0. In what follows, we denote by g(T, k; z) any function of the form. Area theorem, growth, distortion theorems, coefficient estimates for univalent functions special classes of univalent functions.

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[Birkhäuser Advanced Texts: Basel Textbooks], Birkhäuser Verlag, Basel, MR Marvin Rosenblum's 21 research works with citations and reads, including: Hardy Spaces on the Disk. This chapter discusses some classes of bi-univalent functions. It presents several classes of functions f(z) = z + ∑a n z n that are analytic and univalent in the unit disc U = {z: | z | class of all such functions is denoted by σ denotes the class of all functions of the form f(z) = z + ∑a n z n that are analytic and bi-univalent in the unit disc, that is, f ∈ S and f Cited by: Concise treatment focuses on theory of shift operators, Toeplitz operators and Hardy classes of vector- and operator-valued functions.

Topics include general theory of shift operators on a Hilbert space, use of lifting theorem to give a unified treatment of interpolation theorems of the Pick-Nevanlinna and Loewner types, more.

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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Function Classes on the Unit Disc: An Introduction (De Gruyter Studies in Mathematics Book 52).Price: $ This monograph contains a study on various function classes, a number of new results and new or easy proofs of old results (Fefferman-Stein theorem on subharmonic behavior, theorems on conjugate functions and fractional integration on Bergman spaces, Fefferman's duality theorem), which are interesting for specialists; applications of the Hardy-Littlewood inequalities on Taylor coefficients to.

This monograph contains a study on various function classes, a number of new results and new or easy proofs of old results (Fefferman-Stein theorem on subharmonic behavior, theorems on conjugate functions and fractional integration on Bergman spaces, Fefferman's duality theorem), which are interesting for specialists; applications of the Hardy-Littlewood inequalities on Taylor coefficients to.

The omitted area problem for functions in class \(S\) is solved in the paper by Roger Barnard. New results on angular derivatives and domains are represented in the paper by Burton Rodin and Stefan E. Warschawski, while estimates on the radial growth of the derivative of univalent functions are given by Thom MacGregor.

The theory of Hardy and Nevanlinna classes is derived from proper ties of harmonic majorants of subharmonic functions (Chapters 3 and 4). A selfcontained treatment of harmonic and subharmonic functions is included (Chapters 1 and 2).

Book: Function classes on the unit disc. Contents. Hardy--Orlicz spaces: Taylor coefficients, interpolation of operators, and univalent functions. Article: Characterizations of the harmonic Hardy space h^1 on the real ball.

Convolution in the harmonic Hardy class h^p with 0Hardy--Littlewood inequalities for harmonic Hardy. Books 1. de Branges and J. Rovnyak, Square summable power series, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 3.

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The classes of starlike and convex functions are closed under convolution with convex functions. In this section, we consider convolutions with prestarlike functions: the class R[alpha] of prestarlike functions of order [alpha] [less than or equal to] 1 consists of functions f. Analytic univalent functions have been studied since the early ’s, and there are thousands of research papers written on the subject.

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5 Classes of analytic functions. The class S* of starlike function was first studied by Alexander [3]. In Rebertson [36] introduce the class S*(p) of starlike function of order p. In Robertson [36] introduced the class C(p) of convex function of order p, ; p functions. The theory of univalent functions is a fascinating interplay of geometry and analysis, directed primarily toward extremal problems.

A branch of complex analysis with classical roots, it is an active field of modern research. This book describes the major methods of the field and their applications to geometric function. Topics in Hardy Classes and Univalent Functions (Birkhäuser Advanced Texts Basler Lehrbücher) by Marvin Rosenblum, James Rovnyak Hardcover, Pages, Published by Birkhäuser ISBNISBN: X.

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Goodman, Real and Classical Analysis. “In this book, which is based on the author’s Ph.D. thesis with the same title the author studies the class B from several points of view. Approximately one-third of the book deals with questions related to or motivated by the classical theory of univalent functions.

The main achievement in the use of the star-function by A. Baernstein in was the proof that the Koebe function () is extremal for the integral means of functions in the class of univalent functions (see [1, 6] for the notation and results regarding univalent functions).Author: Daniel Girela, Cristóbal González.A Nevanlinna function maps the upper half-plane to itself or to a real constant, but is not necessarily injective or surjective.

Functions with this property are sometimes also known as Herglotz, Pick or R functions. Topics in Hardy Classes and Univalent Functions.was studied on a class of univalent functions, introduced by Ozaki and Nunokawa.

Convexity properties for a general integral operator of Kim-Merkes type were presented in the Sectionby considering three special classes of univalent functions, given by Stankiewicz and Wisniowska and two, respectively by Ronning.

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