9 edition of Analytic and plurisubharmonic functions in finite and infinite dimensional spaces. found in the catalog.
|Series||Lecture notes in mathematics, 198, Lecture notes in mathematics (Springer-Verlag) ;, 198.|
|LC Classifications||QA3 .L28 no. 198|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 90 p.|
|Number of Pages||90|
|LC Control Number||77161475|
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Analytic and Plurisubharmonic Functions in Finite and Infinite Dimensional Spaces Course Given at the University of Maryland, Spring Classical potential theory --Plurisuperharmonicity and separate analyticity with respect to a finite number of variables --Complex analysis in infinite dimensional vector spaces.
Series Title: Lecture notes in mathematics (Springer-Verlag), Analytic and plurisubharmonic functions in finite and infinite dimensional spaces: Course given at the University of Maryland, Spring Author: Michel Hervé.
Get this from a library. Analytic and Plurisubharmonic Functions: In Finite and Infinite Dimensional Spaces. Course Given at the University of Maryland, Spring [Michel Herve].
Cite this chapter as: Hervé M. () Complex analysis in infinite dimensional vector spaces. In: Analytic and Plurisubharmonic : Michel Hervé.
Nonsmooth Lyapunov Analysis in Finite and Infinite Dimensions provides helpful tools for the treatment of a broad class of dynamical systems that are governed, not only by ordinary differential equations but also by partial and functional differential ng Lyapunov constructions are extended to discontinuous systems—those with variable structure and impact—by the involvement.
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Bounded symmetric homogeneous domains in infinite dimensional spaces. Pages Lindelöf's principle in infinite dimensions. Michel Hervé.
Pages Plurisubharmonic functions in topological vector spaces: Polar sets and problems of measure Some recent results and open problems in infinite dimensional analytic geometry.
The most obvious change is the creation of a separate Chapter 7 on convex analysis. Parts of this chapter appeared in elsewhere in the second edition, but much of it is new to the third edition.
In particular, there is an expanded discussion of support points of convex sets, and a new section on subgradients of convex functions. Section 2 contains a result on plurisubharmonic functions in infinite-dimensional linear spaces and approximation theorems for homogeneous plurisubharmonic functions in Cn.
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A complete subspace of a normed space is closed. See also: Finite-dimensional subspace normed vector space is closed) Xn is a proper subspace. This book is on existence and necessary conditions, such as Potryagin's maximum principle, for optimal control problems described by ordinary and partial differential equations.
These necessary conditions are obtained from Kuhn–Tucker theorems for nonlinear programming problems in infinite dimensional spaces. The study of Kähler immersions of a given real analytic Kähler manifold into a finite or infinite dimensional complex space form originates from the pioneering work of Eugenio Calabi .
With a stroke of genius Calabi defines a powerful tool, a special (local) potential called diastasis function, which allows him to obtain necessary and sufficient conditions for a neighbourhood of a point. Introduction Let H(U) denote the vector space of all complex-valued holomorphic functions on a nonempty open subset U of a complex Banach space τ 0, τ ω and τ δ respectively denote the compact-open topology, the compact-ported topology and the bornological topology on H(U).
This book is designed to present a unified view of the topics in both finite and infinite dimensions. Problems arising from the study of holomorphic continuation and holomorphic approximation have been central in the development of complex analysis in finitely many variables, and constitute one of the most promising lines of current research in infinite dimensional complex analysis.
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Publisher Summary. This chapter discusses topological vector spaces. Many problems on normed spaces have natural solutions in more general setting, and even to study normed spaces in their own right, the so-called weak topology is needed to be used, which is not normable in the infinite-dimensional case.
The goal of this paper is to continue the investigation of valuative quasi-plurisubharmonic functions (qpsh for short) on certain valuation spaces of a regular scheme, in line with the works [4. Since the field of Complex Analysis and its applications is a focal point in the Vietnamese research programme, the Hanoi University of Technology organized an International Conference on Finite or Infinite Dimensional Complex Analysis and Applications which took place in Hanoi from August 8 - .Buy Linear Functional Analysis (Springer Undergraduate Mathematics Series) shows how familiar and useful concepts from finite-dimensional linear algebra can be extended or generalized to infinite-dimensional spaces.
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