Collected Papers Vol 2: 1954-1979 / Edition 1

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780817630768
  • Publisher: Birkhauser Verlag
  • Publication date: 1/1/1982
  • Series: Contemporary Mathematicians Series
  • Edition description: 1982
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 515
  • Product dimensions: 10.00 (w) x 7.00 (h) x 1.08 (d)

Table of Contents

Contents-Volume 2.- Commentary.- [44] On quasiconformal mappings (1954).- Commentary.- [47] Remarks on Riemann surfaces (1955).- [48] Square-integrable differentials on open Riemann surfaces (1956).- [50] Extremalprobleme in der Funktionentheorie (1958).- [51] The method of orthogonal decomposition for differentials on open Riemann surfaces (1958).- [52] Abel’s theorem for open Riemann surfaces (1958).- Commentary.- [49] (With A. Beurling) The boundary correspondence under quasiconformal mappings (1956).- Commentary.- [54] The complex analytic structure of the space of closed Riemann surfaces (1960).- Commentary.- [55] Classical and contemporary analysis (1961).- Commentary.- [57] Some remarks on Teichmüller’s space of Riemann surfaces (1961).- [58] Curvature properties of Teichmüller’s space (1962).- Commentary.- [59] Geodesic curvature and area (1962).- Commentary.- [60] (With G. Weill) A uniqueness theorem for Beltrami equations (1962).- Paper.- [61] Teichmüller spaces (1963).- Commentary.- [63] Quasiconformal reflections (1963).- Commentary.- [45] Conformality with respect to Riemannian metrics (1955).- [53] (With L. Bers) Riemann’s mapping theorem for variable metrics (1960).- Commentary.- [64] Extension of quasiconformal mappings from two to three dimensions (1964).- Commentary.- [65] Finitely generated Kleinian groups (1964).- [65a] Correction to “Finitely generated Kleinian groups” (1965).- Papers.- [66] Eine Bemerkung über Fuchssche Gruppen (1964).- [67] Kleinian groups (1964).- [68] Quasiconformal mappings and their applications (1964).- Commentary.- [70] Some remarks on Kleinian groups (1965).- [71] Fundamental polyhedrons and limit point sets of Kleinian groups (1966).- Paper.- [72] Remarks on Carleman’s formula for functions in a halfplane (1966).- Commentary.- [73] Kleinsche Gruppen in der Ebene und im Raum (1966).- [74] Hyperbolic motions (1967).- Commentary.- [80] Conditions for quasiconformal deformations in several variables (1974).- [82] Invariant operators and integral representations in hyperbolic space (1975).- [89] A singular integral equation connected with quasiconformal mappings in space (1978).- Commentary.- [75] Eichler integrals and the area theorem of Bers (1968).- [76] The structure of a finitely generated Kleinian group (1969).- [77] Two lectures on Kleinian groups (1971).- [78] Remarks on the limit point set of a finitely generated Kleinian group (1971).- Commentary.- [79] Sufficient conditions for quasi-conformal extension (1973).- [81] A remark on schlicht functions with quasiconformal extensions (1974).- Paper.- [83] Quasiconformal deformations and mappings in Rn (1976).- Commentary.- [85] On a class of quasiconformal mappings (1976).- [88] A singular operator in hyperbolic space (1977).- Commentary.- [86] An inequality between the coefficients a3 and a4of a univalent function (1976).- Paper.- [90] Quasiconformal mappings, Teichmüller spaces, and Kleinian groups (1978).- Papers.- [91] The Holder continuity of quasiconformal deformations (1979).- [92] Ergodic properties of groups Möbius transformations (1979).

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