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This comprehensive monograph is ideal for established researchers in the field and also graduate students who wish to learn more about the subject. The text is made accessible to a broad audience as it does not require any knowledge of Lie groups and only a limited knowledge of differential geometry. The author's primary emphasis is on potential theory on the hyperbolic ball, but many other relevant results for the hyperbolic upper half-space are included both in the text and in the end-of-chapter exercises. These exercises expand on the topics covered in the chapter and involve routine computations and inequalities not included in the text. The book also includes some open problems, which may be a source for potential research projects.
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About the Author
Manfred Stoll is Distinguished Professor Emeritus in the Department of Mathematics at the University of South Carolina. His books include Invariant Potential Theory in the Unit Ball of Cn (Cambridge, 1994) and Introduction to Real Analysis (1997).