I had planned to give a comprehensive account of the results obtained by me and Dr. Szegö during the past few years together with related results of various authors in the field of dynamical systems. With the appearance of our lecture notes  this prospect is not too attractive now so that I would like to concentrate on a couple of problems and techniques which seem to hold promise. But first the following definition.
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