About this book
In 1960 Wilhelm Stoll joined the University of Notre Dame faculty as Professor of Mathematics, and in October, 1984 the university acknowledged his many years of distinguished service by holding a conference in complex analysis in his honour. This volume is the proceedings of that conference. It was our priviledge to serve, along with Nancy K. Stanton, as conference organizers. We are grateful to the College of Science of the University of Notre Dame and to the National Science Foundation for their support. In the course of a career that has included the publication of over sixty research articles and the supervision of eighteen doctoral students, Wilhelm Stoll has won the affection and respect of his colleagues for his diligence, integrity and humaneness. The influence of his ideas and insights and the subsequent investigations they have inspired is attested to by several of the articles in the volume. On behalf of the conference partipants and contributors to this volume, we wish Wilhelm Stoll many more years of happy and devoted service to mathematics. Alan Howard Pit-Mann Wong VII III ~ c: ... ~ c: o U CI> .r. ~ .... o e ::J ~ o a:: a. ::J o ... (.!:J VIII '" Q) g> a. '" Q) E z '" ..... o Q) E Q) ..c eX IX Participants on the Group Picture Qi-keng LU, Professor, Chinese Academy of Science, Peking, China.
Complex analysis Manifold Meromorphic function Pseudoconvexity arithmetic calculus equation function geometry theorem variable