
2006, Volume 253




Complex analysis and applications
Collected papers
Volume Editor: A. A. Gonchar^{} Editor in Chief: E. F. Mishchenko^{}
ISBN: 5020339717
Abstract: The authors of this volume are wellknown specialists in the field of complex analysis. Most papers are devoted to geometric problems in the theory of functions of several complex variables: geometry and automorphisms of complex and CR manifolds and submanifolds, analytic continuation, rational and polynomial hulls, and holomorphic coverings. They reflect the modern state of the art in this field, present new results, and contain discussions of new topical problems. They also deal with topical problems of complex analysis in one variable that are related to geometric methods, approximations, convolution equations, and theory of subharmonic functions, as well as with some problems of mathematical physics and geometric problems that are closely connected and conceptually intertwined with complex analysis.
The volume is addressed to specialists in mathematics, postgraduates, and students who are interested in analysis, geometry, and mathematical physics.
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Complex analysis and applications, Collected papers, Tr. Mat. Inst. Steklova, 253, ed. A. A. Gonchar, E. F. Mishchenko, Nauka, MAIK «Nauka/Inteperiodika», M., 2006, 303 pp.
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Complex Analysis and Applications
Collected papers
The authors of this volume are wellknown specialists in the field of complex analysis. Most papers are devoted to geometric problems in the theory of functions of several complex variables: geometry and automorphisms of complex and CR manifolds and submanifolds, analytic continuation, rational and polynomial hulls, and holomorphic coverings. They reflect the modern state of the art in this field, present new results, and contain discussions of new topical problems. They also deal with topical problems of complex analysis in one variable that are related to geometric methods, approximations, convolution equations, and theory of subharmonic functions, as well as with some problems of mathematical physics and geometric problems that are closely connected and conceptually intertwined with complex analysis.
The volume is addressed to specialists in mathematics, postgraduates, and students who are interested in analysis, geometry, and mathematical physics. 

