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Published
**1970**
by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J
.

Written in English

- Value distribution theory.,
- Analytic functions.,
- Functions, Meromorphic.

**Edition Notes**

Bibliography: p. 217.

Series | Annals of mathematics studies,, no. 64 |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA331 .W8 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xxiv, 219 p. |

Number of Pages | 219 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL4755076M |

ISBN 10 | 0691080739 |

LC Control Number | 78100997 |

Šubin, M. A., Factorization of parameter-dependent matrix functions in normal rings and certain related questions in the theory of Noetherian operators. Mat. Sb. Cited by: This book has as its subject the boundary value theory of holomorphic functions in several complex variables, a topic that is just now coming to the forefront of mathematical analysis. For one variable, the topic is classical and rather well understood.

The Equidistribution Theory of Holomorphic Curves. In: Ann of Math Studies Vol Princeton: Princeton Univ Press, Yang L. Value Distribution Theory and Its New Researches (in Chinese). On Nevanlinna theory for holomorphic curves in Abelian varieties Yamanoi, Katsutoshi,, The operator dbar in holomorphic K-theory Roland, Dana Powell, Homology, Homotopy and Applications, Holomorphic Functions and Vector Bundles on Coverings of Projective Varieties Bogomolov, Fedor and De Oliveira, Bruno, Asian Journal of Mathematics Cited by:

The Equidistribution Theory of Holomorphic Curves (Analysis) Wu, Hung-His: The Fourier Integral and Certain of Its Applications (Analysis) Wiener, Norbert: The Malliavin Calculus (Analysis) Bell, Denis R. The Problem of Moments (Analysis) Shohat, J. A.; Tamarkin, J. D. The five appendices of the book provide necessary background related to the classical theory of linear elliptic operators, Fredholm theory, Sobolev spaces, as well as a discussion of the moduli space of genus zero stable curves and a proof of the positivity of intersections of \(J\)-holomorphic curves in four-dimensional manifolds.

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This work is a fresh presentation of the Ahlfors-Weyl theory of holomorphic curves that takes into account some recent developments in Nevanlinna theory and several complex variables. The treatment is differential geometric throughout, and assumes no previous acquaintance with the classical theory of Nevanlinna.

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