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Selected results of the theory of value distribution and growth of meromorphic functions

Ewa Ciechanowicz (2015)

Banach Center Publications

The paper discusses development of the theory of value distribution and growth of meromorphic functions, focusing on two basic notions: exceptional values and asymptotic values. Some historical context is given and contemporary achievements are presented. In particular, recent results concerning exceptional functions and asymptotic functions are considered.

Smirnov domains

П.Л. Дьюрен (1989)

Zapiski naucnych seminarov Leningradskogo

Smoothness of Green's functions and Markov-type inequalities

Leokadia Białas-Cież (2011)

Banach Center Publications

Let E be a compact set in the complex plane, g E be the Green function of the unbounded component of E with pole at infinity and M ( E ) = s u p ( | | P ' | | E ) / ( | | P | | E ) where the supremum is taken over all polynomials P | E 0 of degree at most n, and | | f | | E = s u p | f ( z ) | : z E . The paper deals with recent results concerning a connection between the smoothness of g E (existence, continuity, Hölder or Lipschitz continuity) and the growth of the sequence M ( E ) n = 1 , 2 , . . . . Some additional conditions are given for special classes of sets.

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