By Carlos A. Berenstein

A better half quantity to the textual content "Complex Variables: An advent" by way of a similar authors, this publication additional develops the speculation, carrying on with to stress the function that the Cauchy-Riemann equation performs in sleek complicated research. issues thought of contain: Boundary values of holomorphic features within the experience of distributions; interpolation difficulties and excellent concept in algebras of whole capabilities with development stipulations; exponential polynomials; the G rework and the unifying position it performs in advanced research and transcendental quantity concept; summation tools; and the theory of L. Schwarz about the suggestions of a homogeneous convolution equation at the actual line and its functions in harmonic functionality thought.

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Ah~ _ h ah,) '. +~ k=1 ( Lhdk n ) 'a:;;- k a= I.. Jk = 0. k with appropriate bounds on II wj ,kllv"'clI')' Let U E COC(B(O, p», p > 1. We shall estimate inf {IIWIIL"'('lI'): W E COC(B(O, p», ~; = u}. 28 I. 1f(B(O, p» for some p > I} . In order to estimate this quantity we use an auxiliary result: the dual space to C(1r)/ A(D) is isometric to the space z Hi(D). Namely, (C(1l')/ A(D»' can be identified to (JL E C' (1l'): en (JL) = IT e- in8 dJL(e i9 ) = 0 for n ~ O}. By the theorem ofF. and M. Riesz, JL = f*da, with / E zHi(D).

Du], [Fi], [Kol]). ~ +I ~ - I ({J:~~l-­ of D onto Q. In fact, for p i= 00, this map does not provide an isomorphism of HP(Q) onto HP(D), as one would expect that f ~ ({J* 1= f 0 ({J should do. The reason is that the measures dx on IR and dO on 1I' do not correspond to each other, their exact relation is given by I I 1 -dO = - - - d x . 21T 1T I + x 2 The precise correspondence between these spaces is given by ({J* HP(Q) = (1 - ~}2IP HP(D), where the right-hand side denotes the space of functions of the form g E HP(D} (~E D).

3, the class of Xc" is zero. (2) If T E B(Q) is represented by f E Jt"(V\Q), we denote by I the hyper{z: Z E V}. function in Q which is associated to z t-+ - fez) E Jt"(V\Q), V We say that I is the conjugate of T. 2 T2. = One says that T is a real hyperfunction if T T. (T + T) and the imaginary part is 1m T: (1/2i)(T - t). It is easy to see that Re T and 1m T are real hyperfunctions. A hyperfunction is real if and only if there is f E Jt"(C#) representing it such that fez) = - f(Z) for every z E C#.

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