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By Tahir Aliyev Azeroglu, Promarz M. Tamrazov

This quantity gathers the contributions from notable mathematicians, equivalent to Samuel Krushkal, Reiner Kühnau, Chung Chun Yang, Vladimir Miklyukov and others.It may also help researchers to unravel difficulties on complicated research and capability concept and talk about a number of functions in engineering. The contributions additionally replace the reader on fresh advancements within the box. furthermore, a distinct a part of the quantity is totally dedicated to the formula of a few very important open difficulties and fascinating conjectures.

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M. A. Volynec [1977]. + ~ 4. Remarks on W17’ majorized functions Until now, no complete description of the W1i2majorized functions has been obtained. We notice here only some their limit properties, arising from the theory of functions with generalized derivatives. A. On the set P,. It follows from the definition of W1i2 functions that the restrictions of the W 1 , 2majorized functions P onto almost all horizontal and vertical intervals are locally bounded. Assume that a domain D is the disk and the function P ( z ) defined by (7) is a W1>’majorized in D .

Vopr. teor. funct. ” , vyp. 111, ”Naukova Dumka” , Kiev, 1971, 55-70 (in Russian). 33. A. VOLYNEC: On distortion u n d e r B L - m a p p i n g s . - Sib. math. , v. 18, n. 6, 1977, 1259-1270 (in Russian). 34. R. I. HEDBERG: f i n c t i o n Spaces and Potential Theory. , 1996. 35. M. MIKLYUKOV: Conformal mapping of nonregular surface and its application. Volgograd State University Press, Volgograd, 2005 (in Russian). 36. A. SCHWARZ:Conforme Abbildung der Oberflache eines Tetraeders auf die OberfEache einer Kugel.

By Lemma 4, we can obtain the conclusion easily. From (38), we see that there exists a nonzero constant A such that a:-' AaK-,. Since n and n-1 are relatively prime, thus there exists a meromorphic function h which is small with respect to f such that a, = h". ,n. ,n are roots of the equation n C dkzk + 1 = 0. If this equation k=2 , by Nevanlinna's second fundamental has at least three different roots rl,r 2 , ~ 3then theorem, we have which yields (12) by Nevanlinns's first fundamental theorem.

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