Analytic Functions Kozubnik 1979: Proceedings of a by Lars V. Ahlfors (auth.), Julian Ławrynowicz (eds.)

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Note. l< ~ For all EEG, n=l Then b6~ Proof. < ~ Hence ~6~ and the lemma is proved. 2 can be extended by omitting the restriction that bl' b2 ' "'" be real and non-negative. 4 Proof. Let The space S F I, F 2 E S is a linear space. H. A. s(E) = c I~I(E) + c 2~2(E) and complex numbers. F vj(t) dxj(t)~d~(~) j=l a L2 Clearly FE S and thus S is a linear space. We next prove a uniqueness theorem. 6) provides a i-i correspondence _> between ~ and -> S . Finally, i f F, G g S a n d F(x) = G(x) for almost all x, then F = G.

H. A. 12) holds. In order to show that permutations Let ~q F ES'n , let of 1,2, ... , n, and let take 1,2, ... ,n into £i' ~l P2' "'" ' %,. denote the n : be the identity permutation. Pq, l' Pq,2' "''' Pq, n Let P A qn denote the new n - dimensional tetrahedron obtained by replacing each point by the point obtained by replacing each denote the inverse permutation, so that t. by t Let Pq, j p-1 q ~-i £ A = A q qn n Now it is clear that (a,b]nXR n~ n! 18) n' d#(~'Xv)= q~=l Fq(X) Jn,~ qn where (~.

46 Some Sanach Algebras we have Z n= i Thus {~n] ItGnll"=n~ i I~ n+l ~nll"< Z i - _L<~ 2n satisfies the extra bypotheses of Case I, and hence there exists F £ S ( ~ A × R n9) n such that lira I~~n -FII"= lira I~n -FII"= 0 Since [F~] is a Cauehy sequence, it follows that ~-= 1IF~- FII"= o ,[~@o and the lemma is proved. Notation. 6 n k~=l j ~ l J m J (x,t,v)=exp{i n, 'v n, M v k,J. xk(tj) ) (First Decomposition Lemma). 12) G=F+H ^ where FES" n and Proof. 3) holds for G . H. A. 12) holds. In order to show that permutations Let ~q F ES'n , let of 1,2, ...

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