edited by Anthony Carberry
Complex and Harmonic Analysis contains 23 original and fully refereed chapters, developed from presentations at a conference at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, held in May 2006.
Complex and Harmonic Analysis represents a valuable overview of current research in the mathematical area of complex and harmonic analysis.
Among the subjects investigated are:
- Geometric Function Theory and Complex Iteration
- Function Spaces and Composition Operators
- Extremal Problems, Potential Theory
- Maximal Functions, Analysis on Manifolds
Contents
- The Mathematical Work of Nikos Danikas
- Danikas Measures
- More Results on Functional Avoidance
- Schwarzian Derivatives of Analytic and Harmonic Functions
- The Farthest Point Distance Function
- A Survey of Certain Extremal Problems for Non-Vanishing Analytic Functions
- Iteration in the Unit Disk: The Parabolic Zoo
- Rigidity Results for Holomorphic Mappings on the Unit Disk
- Geometry of Polynomials and Majorization Theory
- Weighted Hardy Spaces for the Unit Disc: Approximation Properties
- Composition Operators on the Minimal Space Invariant Under Möbius Transformations
- The Characterization of the Carleson Measures for Analytic Besov Spaces: A Simple Proof
- S-Toeplitz Composition Operators
- Riemann-Stieltjes Operators Between Weighted Bergman Spaces
- Approximation by Translates of Entire Functions
- Universal Taylor Series on a Non-Simply Connected Domain and Hadamard-Ostrowski Gaps
- Boundary Extension of m-Homeomorphisms
- Covering the Plane by Rotations of a Lattice Arrangement of Disks
- On Certain Hardy-Littlewood Type Maximal Operators
- On the Restriction of the Fourier Transform to Polynomial Curves
- Spectral Multipliers on Kleinian Groups
- Bounds of the Heat Kernel Derivatives on Hyperbolic Spaces
Index