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Classical and Modern Potential Theory and Applications - NATO Science Series C 430 (Paperback)
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Classical and Modern Potential Theory and Applications - NATO Science Series C 430 (Paperback)

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A NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Classical and Modern Potential The- ory and Applications was held at the Chateau de Bonas, France, during the last week of July 1993. The workshop was organized by the Co-Directors M. Goldstein (Ari- zona) and K. GowriSankaran (Montreal). The other members of the organizing committee were J. Bliedtner (Frankfurt), D. Feyel (Paris), W. K. Hayman (York, England) and I. Netuka (Praha). The objective of the workshop was to bring to- gether the researchers at the forefront of the aspects of the Potential Theory for a meaningful dialogue and for positive interaction amongst the mathematicians prac- tising different aspects of the theory and its applications. Fifty one mathematicians participated in the workshop. The workshop covered a fair representation of the classical aspects of the theory covering topics such as approximations, radial be- haviour, value distributions of meromorphic functions and the modern Potential theory including axiomatic developments, probabilistic theories, studies on infinite dimensional Wiener spaces, solutions of powers of Laplacian and other second order partial differential equations. There were keynote addresses delivered by D. Armitage (Belfast), N. Bouleau (Paris), A. Eremenko (Purdue), S. J. Gardiner (Dublin), W. Hansen (Bielefeld), W. Hengartner (Laval U. , Quebec), K. Janssen (Dusseldorf), T. Murai (Nagoya), A. de la Pradelle (Paris) and J. M. Wu (Urbana). There were thirty six other invited talks of one half hour duration each.

Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9789401044981
Number of pages: 470
Weight: 771 g
Dimensions: 240 x 160 x 25 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 199

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