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Genre/Form: | Electronic books Conference papers and proceedings Congresses |
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Additional Physical Format: | Print version: Wells, R.O. Several Complex Variables, Part 2. Providence : American Mathematical Society, ©1977 |

Material Type: | Conference publication, Document, Internet resource |

Document Type: | Internet Resource, Computer File |

All Authors / Contributors: |
R O Wells; American Mathematical Society, |

ISBN: | 9780821893180 0821893181 |

OCLC Number: | 882238824 |

Notes: | Prepared by the American Mathematical Society with partial support from National Science Foundation grant MPS 75-01436. |

Description: | 1 online resource (342 pages) : illustrations. |

Contents: | ""Contents""; ""Preface""; ""Noncompact Complex Manifolds""; ""Nonlinear Cauchy-Riemann equations and q-convexity""; ""Homomorphisms into analytic rings""; ""Continuation of smooth holomorphic functions over analytic hypersurfaces""; ""The Levi problem in holomorphic bundles with compact fibre""; ""Properties of pseudoconvex domains with smooth boundaries""; ""KÃ?hler manifolds and the Levi problem""; ""The holomorphic convexity of pseudoconvex complex manifolds""; ""HÃ¶lder estimates for ∂ on convex domains in C[sup(2)] with real analytic boundary"" ""Lefschetz theorems and a vanishing theorem of Grauert-Riemenschneider""""Embedding strongly (1, 1)-convex-concave spaces in C[sup(N)] x P[sub(M)]""; ""The Levi problem ""; ""Siu On holomorphic jet bundles""; ""On the classification of holomorphically convex spaces""; ""PoincarÃ© theta series and L[sub(1)] cohomology""; ""Principal Lecture 4""; ""Analysis on noncompact KÃ?hler manifolds""; ""Differential Geometry and Complex Analysis""; ""Moving frames in Hermitian geometry""; ""Local invariants of real and complex Riemannian manifolds"" ""Function theory on complete open Hermitian manifolds""""The question of holomorphic carriers""; ""Deformations of strongly pseudoconvex domains in C[sup(2)]""; ""The behavior of the infinitesimal Kobayashi pseudometric in deformations and on algebraic manifolds of general type""; ""Curvature of complex submanifolds of C[sup(n)]""; ""Principal Lecture 5""; ""Real hypersurfaces in complex manifolds""; ""Problems in Approximation""; ""Proper holomorphic mappings of bounded domains""; ""A property of unions of admissible domains""; ""Approximation theory on CR submanifolds"" ""Uniform approximation and the Cauchy-Fantappie integral""""Uniform algebras on plane domains""; ""Principal Lecture 6""; ""Power series methods in deformation theory""; ""Value Distribution Theory""; ""Separate analyticity, separate normality, and radial normality for mappings""; ""Operator theory and complex geometry""; ""A unicity theorem for equidimensional holomorphic maps""; ""Meromorphic mappings into compact complex spaces of general type""; ""Real and semireal zeros of entire functions in C[sup(n)]""; ""A defect relation on Stein manifolds"" ""On holomorphic curves in algebraic varieties with ample irregularity""""Value distribution on parabolic spaces ""; ""On the equidistribution theory of holomorphic maps""; ""Group Representation and Harmonic Analysis""; ""Theta functions with characteristic, and distinguished subspaces of the Heisenberg manifold ""; ""The complex-analytic extension of the Fourier series on Lie groups""; ""Analysis on matrix space and certain Siegel domains""; ""Boundary behaviour of holomorphic functions on bounded symmetric domains""; ""Rankin-Selberg method in the theory of automorphic forms"" |

Series Title: | Proceedings of symposia in pure mathematics, volume 30, pt. 2. |

Responsibility: | edited by R.O. Wells, Jr. |

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