By Ransford T., Seip K., Mashreghi J. (eds.)
Hilbert areas of analytic capabilities are at the moment a really lively box of complicated research. The Hardy area is the main senior member of this relations. notwithstanding, different sessions of analytic capabilities comparable to the classical Bergman house, the Dirichlet house, the de Branges-Rovnyak areas, and numerous areas of complete capabilities, were generally studied. those areas were exploited in numerous fields of arithmetic and in addition in physics and engineering. for instance, de Branges used them to resolve the Bieberbach conjecture. glossy keep an eye on concept is one other position that seriously exploits the ideas of analytic functionality idea. This publication grew out of a workshop held in December 2008 on the CRM in Montreal and gives an account of the newest advancements within the box of analytic functionality thought.
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