|Statement||by L. I. Ronkin. [Translated from the Russian by Israel Program for Scientific Translations]|
|Series||Translations of mathematical monographs,, v. 44|
|LC Classifications||QA353.E5 R5713|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 273 p.|
|Number of Pages||273|
|LC Control Number||74012068|
functions and mapping of several complex variables and prove the n-dimensional h-out this book n,m denote natural numbers (including zero). The set of strictly positive naturals will be denoted by N +, the set of strictly positive reals by R +. I - Entire functions of several complex variables constitute an important and original chapter in complex analysis. The study is often motivated by certain applications to specific problems in other areas of mathematics: partial differential equations via the Fourier-Laplace transformation and convolution operators, analytic number theory and problems of transcen dence, or approximation. The theory of functions of several complex variables is the branch of mathematics dealing with complex-valued functions (,, ,)on the space C n of n-tuples of complex numbers. As in complex analysis, which is the case n = 1 but of a distinct character, these are not just any functions: they are supposed to be holomorphic or complex analytic, so that locally speaking they are power series in. Title (HTML): Introduction to the Theory of Entire Functions of Several Variables Author(s) (Product display): L. I. Ronkin Book Series Name: Translations of Mathematical Monographs.
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