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Ukrainian Mathematical Journal

, Volume 48, Issue 10, pp 1497–1506 | Cite as

Estimate of the modulus of continuity of a cauchy-type integral in a domain and on its boundary

  • O. F. Gerus
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Abstract

We estimate the modulus of continuity of a Cauchy-type integral in a closed domain and its limit values on the boundary in the case where the boundary of the domain is an arbitrary closed rectifiable Jordan curve.

Keywords

Holomorphic Function Arbitrary Point Closed Curve Singular Integral Equation Absolute Constant 
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