The Zeros of Nevanlinna Functions
In Theorem 7.3.3 we saw that the zero-variety Z(f) of a function f ∈ N(B) satisfies the Blaschke condition. The Henkin-Skoda theorem asserts the converse: if a zero-variety V in B satisfies the Blaschke condition, then V = Z(f) for some f ∈ N(B). (Actually, both Henkin and Skoda proved this in strictly pseudoconvex domains.)
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