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Complex Analysis and Dynamical Systems V
 
Edited by: Mark L. Agranovsky Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel
Matania Ben-Artzi Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel
Greg Galloway University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL
Lavi Karp ORT Braude College, Karmiel, Israel
Vladimir Maz’ya Linköping University, Sweden
Simeon Reich Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel
David Shoikhet ORT Braude College, Karmiel, Israel
Gilbert Weinstein University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL
Lawrence Zalcman Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel
A co-publication of the AMS and Bar-Ilan University
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Electronic ISBN: 978-1-4704-0970-8
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Complex Analysis and Dynamical Systems V
Edited by: Mark L. Agranovsky Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel
Matania Ben-Artzi Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel
Greg Galloway University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL
Lavi Karp ORT Braude College, Karmiel, Israel
Vladimir Maz’ya Linköping University, Sweden
Simeon Reich Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel
David Shoikhet ORT Braude College, Karmiel, Israel
Gilbert Weinstein University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL
Lawrence Zalcman Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel
A co-publication of the AMS and Bar-Ilan University
Available Formats:
Electronic ISBN:  978-1-4704-0970-8
Product Code:  CONM/591.E
314 pp 
List Price: $111.00
MAA Member Price: $99.90
AMS Member Price: $88.80
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    Contemporary Mathematics
    Israel Mathematical Conference Proceedings
    Volume: 5912013
    MSC: Primary 30; 32; 35; 44; 47; 49; 83;

    This volume contains the proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Complex Analysis and Dynamical Systems, held from May 22–27, 2011, in Akko (Acre), Israel.

    The papers cover a wide variety of topics in complex analysis and partial differential equations, including meromorphic functions, one-parameter semigroups, subordination chains, quasilinear hyperbolic systems, and the Euler-Poisson-Darboux equation. In addition, there are several articles dealing with various aspects of fixed point theory, hyperbolic geometry, and optimal control.

    Readership

    Graduate students and research mathematicians interested in complex analysis.

  • Table of Contents
     
     
    • Articles
    • Lev Aizenberg and Alekos Vidras - Duality and the Class of Holomorphic Functions Representable by Carleman’s Formula
    • Ellery Ames, Florian Beyer, James Isenberg and Philippe G. LeFloch - Quasilinear Symmetric Hyperbolic Fuchsian Systems in Several Space Dimensions
    • G. Barsegian - Revisiting a General Property of Meromorphic Functions
    • D. Batenkov, V. Golubyatnikov and Y. Yomdin - Reconstruction of Planar Domains from Partial Integral Measurements
    • C. de Fabritiis - An Introduction to One-Parameter Semigroups in Non-Strictly Convex Domains: The Case of Cartan Factors of Type I\negthinspace V
    • P. C. Fenton - Remark on a Theorem of Hayman
    • Ian Graham, Hidetaka Hamada, Gabriela Kohr and Mirela Kohr - Univalent Subordination Chains in Reflexive Complex Banach Spaces
    • Sergei Grudsky and Nikolai Tarkhanov - A Note on Muskhelishvili-Vekua Reduction
    • S. V. Gryshchuk and S. A. Plaksa - Basic Properties of Monogenic Functions in a Biharmonic Plane
    • Lawrence A. Harris - Bivariate Polynomial Interpolation at the Geronimus Nodes
    • W. K. Hayman, T. F. Tyler and D. J. White - The Blumenthal Conjecture
    • Alexander M. Kytmanov and Simona G. Myslivets - On the Families of Complex Lines Sufficient for Holomorphic Continuation of Functions Defined on a Domain Boundary
    • Adam Lecko and Dariusz Partyka - A Revised Proof of Spirallikeness
    • E. Liflyand and U. Stadtmüller - A Multidimensional Euler-Maclaurin Formula and an Application
    • M. Obradović and S. Ponnusamy - Injectivity and Starlikeness of Sections of a Class of Univalent Functions
    • Simeon Reich and Alexander J. Zaslavski - A Fixed Point Theorem for Contractive Non-self Mappings
    • Vladimir Ryazanov, Ruslan Salimov, Uri Srebro and Eduard Yakubov - On Boundary Value Problems for the Beltrami Equations
    • Yehonatan Salman - Global Extendibility Phenomenon for the Euler-Poisson-Darboux Equation
    • I. Shestakov - On the Zaremba Problem for the $p\,$-Laplace Operator
    • Matti Vuorinen and Gendi Wang - Bisection of Geodesic Segments in Hyperbolic Geometry
    • Alexander J. Zaslavski - Existence of Solutions for a Class of Infinite Horizon Optimal Control Problems without Discounting Arising in Economic Dynamics
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Israel Mathematical Conference Proceedings
Volume: 5912013
MSC: Primary 30; 32; 35; 44; 47; 49; 83;

This volume contains the proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Complex Analysis and Dynamical Systems, held from May 22–27, 2011, in Akko (Acre), Israel.

The papers cover a wide variety of topics in complex analysis and partial differential equations, including meromorphic functions, one-parameter semigroups, subordination chains, quasilinear hyperbolic systems, and the Euler-Poisson-Darboux equation. In addition, there are several articles dealing with various aspects of fixed point theory, hyperbolic geometry, and optimal control.

Readership

Graduate students and research mathematicians interested in complex analysis.

  • Articles
  • Lev Aizenberg and Alekos Vidras - Duality and the Class of Holomorphic Functions Representable by Carleman’s Formula
  • Ellery Ames, Florian Beyer, James Isenberg and Philippe G. LeFloch - Quasilinear Symmetric Hyperbolic Fuchsian Systems in Several Space Dimensions
  • G. Barsegian - Revisiting a General Property of Meromorphic Functions
  • D. Batenkov, V. Golubyatnikov and Y. Yomdin - Reconstruction of Planar Domains from Partial Integral Measurements
  • C. de Fabritiis - An Introduction to One-Parameter Semigroups in Non-Strictly Convex Domains: The Case of Cartan Factors of Type I\negthinspace V
  • P. C. Fenton - Remark on a Theorem of Hayman
  • Ian Graham, Hidetaka Hamada, Gabriela Kohr and Mirela Kohr - Univalent Subordination Chains in Reflexive Complex Banach Spaces
  • Sergei Grudsky and Nikolai Tarkhanov - A Note on Muskhelishvili-Vekua Reduction
  • S. V. Gryshchuk and S. A. Plaksa - Basic Properties of Monogenic Functions in a Biharmonic Plane
  • Lawrence A. Harris - Bivariate Polynomial Interpolation at the Geronimus Nodes
  • W. K. Hayman, T. F. Tyler and D. J. White - The Blumenthal Conjecture
  • Alexander M. Kytmanov and Simona G. Myslivets - On the Families of Complex Lines Sufficient for Holomorphic Continuation of Functions Defined on a Domain Boundary
  • Adam Lecko and Dariusz Partyka - A Revised Proof of Spirallikeness
  • E. Liflyand and U. Stadtmüller - A Multidimensional Euler-Maclaurin Formula and an Application
  • M. Obradović and S. Ponnusamy - Injectivity and Starlikeness of Sections of a Class of Univalent Functions
  • Simeon Reich and Alexander J. Zaslavski - A Fixed Point Theorem for Contractive Non-self Mappings
  • Vladimir Ryazanov, Ruslan Salimov, Uri Srebro and Eduard Yakubov - On Boundary Value Problems for the Beltrami Equations
  • Yehonatan Salman - Global Extendibility Phenomenon for the Euler-Poisson-Darboux Equation
  • I. Shestakov - On the Zaremba Problem for the $p\,$-Laplace Operator
  • Matti Vuorinen and Gendi Wang - Bisection of Geodesic Segments in Hyperbolic Geometry
  • Alexander J. Zaslavski - Existence of Solutions for a Class of Infinite Horizon Optimal Control Problems without Discounting Arising in Economic Dynamics
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