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On the Computable Theory of Bounded Analytic Functions

  • Timothy H. McNicholl
Part of the Fields Institute Communications book series (FIC, volume 65)

Abstract

The theory of bounded analytic functions is reexamined from the viewpoint of computability theory.

Keywords

Computability theory Computable analysis Complex analysis Blaschke products 

Mathematics Subject Classification

03F60 30J05 30J10 

Notes

Acknowledgements

I first of all want to thank my departed colleague Alec Matheson for introducing me to the beautiful world of bounded analytic functions and for setting in motion the research direction described in this paper. Many thanks to the referee and to Barry Cooper for their helpful comments. I also thank Javad Mashreghi for his encouragement. Finally, I thank my wife Susan for her support.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of MathematicsIowa State UniversityAmesUSA

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