By Javad Mashreghi, Emmanuel Fricain
-Preface. - functions of Blaschke items to the spectral thought of Toeplitz operators (Grudsky, Shargorodsky). -A survey on Blaschke-oscillatory differential equations, with updates (Heittokangas.). - Bi-orthogonal expansions within the area L2(0,1) ( Boivin, Zhu). - Blaschke items as ideas of a practical equation (Mashreghi.). - Cauchy Transforms and Univalent features( Cima, Pfaltzgraff). - serious issues, the Gauss curvature equation and Blaschke items (Kraus, Roth). - progress, 0 distribution and factorization of analytic features of reasonable progress within the unit disc, (Chyzhykov, Skaskiv). - Hardy technique of a finite Blaschke product and its spinoff ( Gluchoff, Hartmann). -Hyperbolic derivatives be certain a functionality uniquely (Baribeau). - Hyperbolic wavelets and multiresolution within the Hardy area of the higher part airplane (Feichtinger, Pap). - Norm of composition operators brought about through finite Blaschke items on Mobius invariant areas (Martin, Vukotic). - at the computable conception of bounded analytic services (McNicholl). - Polynomials as opposed to finite Blaschke items ( Tuen Wai Ng, Yin Tsang). -Recent development on truncated Toeplitz operators (Garcia, Ross)
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44(5), 335–339 (2009); translation from Izv. Nats. Akad. , Mat. (5), 83–88 (2009) 15. : On approximation by euclidean and non-euclidean translations of an analytic function. Bull. Am. Math. Soc. 47, 916–920 (1941) A Survey on Blaschke-Oscillatory Differential Equations, with Updates Janne Heittokangas Abstract In the celebrated 1949 paper due to Nehari, necessary and sufficient conditions are given for a locally univalent meromorphic function to be univalent in the unit disc D. The proof involves a second order differential equation of the form f + A(z)f = 0, (†) where A(z) is analytic in D.
If the zeros still satisfy the classical Blaschke condition, then (†) is called Blaschke-oscillatory. This concept was introduced by the author in 2005, but the topic was considered by Hartman and Wintner already in 1955 (Trans. Am. Math. Soc. 78:492–500). This semi-survey paper provides with a collection of results and tools dealing with Blaschke-oscillatory equations. As for results, necessary and sufficient conditions are given, and notable effort has been put in dealing with prescribed zero sequences satisfying the Blaschke condition.
Grudsky and E. Shargorodsky Theorem 41 () Let a function fB be continuously differentiable on (0, +∞) and satisfy all the conditions of Theorem 40. Then, for x > 0 1 arg B(x) = −2x 0 π ϕB (y) dy + + O1 (x), 2 2 2 x +y (80) where ϕB (y) := fB−1 (y) is the inverse function of fB and lim O1 (x) = 0. x→0 Let now R(x) = B1 (x)/B2 (x), where B1 (x) and B2 (x) are Blaschke products with the zeroes ifBj (k), j = 1, 2, where the functions fBj satisfy the conditions of Theorem 41. Introduce the function r(y) := ϕB1 (y) − ϕB2 (y), (y), j = 1, 2.