On the fredholm theory of a planar problem with shift for a pair of functions
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We establish necessary and sufficient conditions for the Fredholm property of a planar problem with shift and conjugation for a pair of functions and obtain a formula for the determination of its index.
KeywordsPlanar Problem Toeplitz Operator Singular Integral Equation Quasiconformal Mapping Bergman Space
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