By Rita A. Hibschweiler

ISBN-10: 1584885602

ISBN-13: 9781584885603

Offering new effects besides learn spanning 5 many years, Fractional Cauchy Transforms presents a whole remedy of the subject, from its roots in classical complicated research to its present nation. Self-contained, it contains introductory fabric and classical effects, resembling these linked to complex-valued measures at the unit circle, that shape the foundation of the advancements that persist with. The authors specialise in concrete analytic questions, with sensible research offering the final framework.

After interpreting simple homes, the authors examine imperative skill and relationships among the fractional Cauchy transforms and the Hardy and Dirichlet areas. They then research radial and nontangential limits, by way of chapters dedicated to multipliers, composition operators, and univalent capabilities. the ultimate bankruptcy supplies an analytic characterization of the kinfolk of Cauchy transforms while regarded as services outlined within the supplement of the unit circle.

About the authors:

Rita A. Hibschweiler is a Professor within the division of arithmetic and information on the collage of latest Hampshire, Durham, USA.

Thomas H. MacGregor is Professor Emeritus, kingdom collage of latest York at Albany and a study affiliate at Bowdoin university, Brunswick, Maine, united states.

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24) 10 Fractional Cauchy Transforms for all integers n, then µ is the zero measure. 25) T for every trigonometric polynomial P(ζ ) = ∑ m n =− m anζn . 26) T for all functions F continuous on T. Every function G integrable with respect to µ on T can be approximated in the norm L1(dµ) by a continuous function. 27) T for all functions G integrable with respect to µ. 27) holds where G is the characteristic function of an arc I on T. Thus µ(I) = 0 for every arc I on T. Therefore µ = 0. 28) T for n = 0, 1, 2, … then µ = υ .

Since up is continuous on ⎟, r →1− Vp (θ) ≡ lim v p (re iθ ) exists and equals up(F(θ)) for almost all θ, and hence Vp r →1− is measurable. 11) shows that | up(w) | < | w |p for all w 0 ⎟. Also up(w) > 0 for 0 < p < 1. Thus 0 < Vp(θ) < | F(θ) |p for almost all θ. By hypothesis f 0 Hp, and it follows that F 0 Lp ([–π, π]). Therefore Vp 0 L1 ([–π, π]). 20) as r → 1–. 21) as r → 1– for almost all θ. Also ∫ π π π iθ | v p (re ) − Vp (θ) | dθ ≤ ∫ iθ | v p (re ) | dθ + −π −π π ≤ ∫ iθ | f (re ) | p dθ + ∫ | Vp (θ) | dθ | F(θ) |p dθ −π −π π ≤2 π ∫ −π ∫ p | F(θ) | dθ < ∞ .

I. Smirnov. The result in Lemma 5, namely, that the © 2006 by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC A Characterization of Cauchy Transforms 235 composition of a subharmonic function with an analytic function is subharmonic, is a classical fact. The argument given here is in Ransford [1995; p. 50]. The introduction of the function up and the proof of Lemma 6 are due to Pichorides [1972], where other applications of that lemma are given. The proof given here for Theorem 8 is contained in Aleksandrov [1981; see p.