Complex Analysis: Seminar, University Park PA, March 10-14, 1986 / Edition 1

Complex Analysis: Seminar, University Park PA, March 10-14, 1986 / Edition 1

by Steven G Krantz
     
 

ISBN-10: 354018094X

ISBN-13: 9783540180944

Pub. Date: 08/24/1987

Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg

This conference gathered together a small group of people with similar interests in the geometric function theory of several complex variables. While the speeches were of a specialized nature, the papers in the proceedings are largely of a survey and speculative nature. The volume is intended to serve both students and researchers as an invitation to active new

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Overview

This conference gathered together a small group of people with similar interests in the geometric function theory of several complex variables. While the speeches were of a specialized nature, the papers in the proceedings are largely of a survey and speculative nature. The volume is intended to serve both students and researchers as an invitation to active new areas of research. The level of the writing has been intentionally set in such a way that the papers will be accessible to a broad audience.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9783540180944
Publisher:
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date:
08/24/1987
Series:
Lecture Notes in Mathematics Series, #1268
Edition description:
1987
Pages:
196
Product dimensions:
0.90(w) x 2.40(h) x 0.20(d)

Table of Contents

Recent progress and future directions in several complex variables.- Boundary singularities of biholomorphic maps.- Compactness of families of holomorphic mappings up to the boundary.- The imbedding problem for open complex manifolds.- A characterization of CP n by its automorphism group.- Proper mappings between balls in Cn.- Finite-type conditions for real hypersurfaces in—n.- Iterated commutators and derivatives of the levi form.- Plurisubharmonic functions on ring domains.- Characterizations of certain weakly pseudoconvex domains with non-compact automorphism groups.- Interpolation theory in Cn: A suryey.- Extendability of holomorphic functions.

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