### A uniqueness theorem for monogenic functions.

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The questions considered in this paper arose from the study [KS] of I. Fredholm's (insufficient) proof that the gap series Σ0∞ an ζn2 (where 0 < |a| < 1) is nowhere continuable across {|ζ| = 1}. The interest of Fredholm's method ([F],[ML]) is not so much its efficacy in proving gap theorems (indeed, much more general results can be got by other means, cf. the Fabry gap theorem in [Di]) as in the connection it made between certain special gap series and partial differential equations...

We solve the following Dirichlet problem on the bounded balanced domain $\Omega $ with some additional properties: For $p>0$ and a positive lower semi-continuous function $u$ on $\partial \Omega $ with $u\left(z\right)=u\left(\lambda z\right)$ for $\left|\lambda \right|=1$, $z\in \partial \Omega $ we construct a holomorphic function $f\in \mathbb{O}\left(\Omega \right)$ such that $u\left(z\right)={\int}_{\mathbb{D}z}{\left|f\right|}^{p}d{\U0001d50f}_{\mathbb{D}z}^{2}$ for $z\in \partial \Omega $, where $\mathbb{D}=\{\lambda \in \u2102\phantom{\rule{0.222222em}{0ex}}|\lambda |<1\}$.

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We develop a theory of removable singularities for the weighted Bergman space ${\mathcal{A}}_{\mu}^{p}\left(\Omega \right)=\{f\text{analytic}\text{in}\Omega \phantom{\rule{0.222222em}{0ex}}{\int}_{\Omega}{\left|f\right|}^{p}\mathrm{d}\mu <\infty \}$, where $\mu $ is a Radon measure on $\u2102$. The set $A$ is weakly removable for ${\mathcal{A}}_{\mu}^{p}(\Omega \setminus A)$ if ${\mathcal{A}}_{\mu}^{p}(\Omega \setminus A)\subset \text{Hol}\left(\Omega \right)$, and strongly removable for ${\mathcal{A}}_{\mu}^{p}(\Omega \setminus A)$ if ${\mathcal{A}}_{\mu}^{p}(\Omega \setminus A)={\mathcal{A}}_{\mu}^{p}\left(\Omega \right)$. The general theory developed is in many ways similar to the theory of removable singularities for Hardy ${H}^{p}$ spaces, $\mathrm{B}MO$ and locally Lipschitz spaces of analytic functions, including the existence of counterexamples to many plausible properties, e.g. the union of two compact removable singularities needs not be removable....