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Dimension of certain polynomial spaces

Let $(\omega_1, \eta_1) \dots (\omega_n, \eta_n)$ be $n$ pairs of complex numbers where $\omega_i \ne \omega_j$ for all $1 \leq i \ne j \leq n$. We define the following polynomial space $$ Z_n^d(\eta, ...
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Residue theorem and essential singularity [on hold]

Can residue theorem be applied in the case of essential singularity? If it can, how to calculate the residue?Thank you.
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Is there any elementary proof of No wandering domain for polynomials

It seems that it is almost impossible to give a elementary proof of Sullivan's no wandering domain for rational map or even more general class of maps. I think it is interesting to ask whether we ...
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on the existence of holomorphic coordinates under bounded curvature

Let $(X,g)$ be a complete Kahler manifold with the Riemann curvature and its derivatives bounded. Suppose also the injectivity radius of this manifold is bounded below by a constant $i_0>0$. My ...
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How can i be distinguished from -i? [migrated]

Mathematicians designate one solution to x^2 = -1 as i and the other as -i. Would anybody notice if we switched their identities? Any polynomial p(x) with a complex root will also have its conjugate ...
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An optimization problem in complex space

Consider the following optimization problem $$ \min \| \textbf{Ax-B}\| $$ $$ s.t.|x_i|=1,i=1,...,n $$ where $\textbf{x}\in \mathbb{C}^{n}$ is the optimization varaible, $x_i$ is the $i$-th ...
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Computing Self-Intersections with Complex Analysis

It is possible to find the winding number of a path $C \subset \mathbb{C}$ using complex analysis: $$n = \oint_C\frac{dz}{z}.$$ You can also count the number of roots of $f(z) = 0$ inside a close ...
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Conformal map of polygon with circle segments

I am looking for a conformal map from a "polygon" to eg the upper half plane, which consists of circle segments instead of lines. So for example, it could be a quadrilateral ABCD, but where AB is a ...
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Entire function bounded at every line

I would like to ask about, does there exists an entire function which is bounded on every line parallel to $x$ - axis , but unbounded on the $x$ - axis.
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kostant partition function vs Haar measure

I am trying to understand the relationship between the Kostant partition function and the Haar measure. Both seem to involve the Vandermonde determinant: $$ \Delta(\theta) = \prod_{i< j} ...
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Bound areas of disks with respect to a quadratic differential

Let $q = q(z)\,dz^2$ be a quadratic differential on the unit disk $D(1)$, normalized so that $\int_{D(1)}|q| = 1$. I have a fairly convoluted argument that for any smaller disk $D(r)$ with $r < 1$, ...
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$\zeta(0)$ and the cotangent function

In preparing some practice problems for my complex analysis students, I stumbled across the following. It is not hard to show, using Liouville's theorem, that $$\pi\cot(\pi ...
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Transforming a multivariable integral to make it separable

In the following I will omit requirements of smoothness, extent of domain, finiteness, etc, both to simplify the exposition and because I don't know exactly what the requirements are. Please imagine ...
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Starshapeness of polynomial tracts with respect to the (entire collection of) critical points contained in the tract

I recently found out (Piranian, "The Shape of Level Curves") that a polynomial tract (ie a connected component of a set of the form $G=\{z:|p(z)|<\epsilon\}$ for some $\epsilon>0$) need not be ...
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Rearrangements of a power series at the boundary of convergence

Take some power series $f(z) = \sum a_n z^n$ with a finite non-zero radius of convergence. I can rearrange the terms of the series, say, to get a different infinite series $$f_{\sigma}(z) = ...
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weak form of Sendov conjecture

Suppose $p$ is a polynomial of degree $n$ and all roots $z_1,\cdots,z_n $ of $p$ are inside the unit disk. Then how to show that every disk of radius $\sqrt{2}$ and centered at $z_k$ for ...
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Triangles, squares, and discontinuous complex functions

Is there some onto function $f:$ $\mathbb{C}$ $\rightarrow$ $\mathbb{C}$ such that for each triangle $T$ (with its interior), $f(T)$ is a square (with interior, too) ? I would have the same question ...
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If the Riemann Hypothesis fails, must it fail infinitely often?

That is must there either be no non-trivial zeros off the critical line or infinitely many? I'm sure that no one believes otherwise, but I've never seen a theorem in the literature addressing this. ...
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Solution to system of polynomial equations

Suppose $A$ is a set of polynomials:$$P_1(x,y_1,\dots,y_n)=0,$$ $$P_2(x,y_1,\dots,y_n)=0,$$ $$\vdots$$ $$P_k(x,y_1,\dots,y_n)=0$$ is a system of equations with coefficients over $\mathbb{Z}$, and ...
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Bounds on the derivative of a Riemann map

Let U be a simply connected domain with smooth boundary in the complex plane, and let $\mathbb D$ be the unit disc. Is there a nice sufficient condition for the existence of a biholomorphic map ...
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Obstruction to the existence of global resolution of coherent sheaf

It is well known that any coherent sheaf on a complex manifold (or more generally a complex space) admits locally a resolution with locally free sheaves. It is also well known that for non-algebraic ...
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Asymptotic analysis of a sum of complex summands using integral

I'm trying to find the exact asymptotics of a sum: $$A = \sum^n_{i=0} \begin{pmatrix} 2n \\ i \end{pmatrix} x^{i} y^{2n-i} $$ as $n\rightarrow\infty$. Here $x,y$ are complex numbers, $|x|\leq1, ...
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Proper monomorphisms in complex analytic spaces

In the algebraic geometry of schemes, we know that monomorphisms which are universally closed (= every pullback is a closed map) and of finite type are closed immersions. See Gortz, Wedhorn "Algebraic ...
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A question on deficient values of entire functions

Recently I come cross a question about deficient values of entire functions. I find that many examples in the book about functions $f$ whose deficient values are singularities of the inverse ...
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meromorphic extension of a function

Let $\Lambda\in \mathbf{C}$ be a discrete subset. We assume that $\mathrm{Re}(\lambda)<0$ for all the $\lambda\in \Lambda$. For $i\in \mathbf{N}$, $\lambda\in \Lambda$, let $m_{i,\lambda}\in ...
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Singularities of the Remmert reduction of a holomorphic convex manifold

Let $X$ be a holomorphically convex manifold, namely, for any infinite discrete subset of $X$ there exists a holomorphic function on $X$ which is unbounded on this set, then a theorem of Remmert says ...
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When a proper morphism of schemes is a closed imbedding?

Let $X$ and $Y$ be finitely presented schemes over $\mathbb{C}$. Let $f\colon X\to Y$ be a proper morphism. Let us assume that for any finitely presented scheme $S$ the induced map $$Mor_{Sch}(S,X)\to ...
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Special values of $\zeta$ outside the real line and the critical strip

The values of Riemann's function at the integers have been extensively studied. I was wondering, is there anything interesting known (or conjectured) to happen arithmetically outside the real line ...
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Norm of swapped power series in the unit disk

Suppose $f(z)=a_0+a_1z+\cdots+a_nz^n+\cdots$ is defined in the unit disk and $\|f\|_{\infty}\leq 1.$ Lets form another series $g$ by interchanging $a_1$ and $a_k$ i.e. ...
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Can all $L^2$ holomorphic functions on a domain vanish at a particular point?

Let $\Omega \subset \mathbb{C}^n$. Is it possible that there is a point $p \in \Omega$ such that every $f \in A^2(\Omega) = L^2(\Omega) \cap \mathcal{O}(\Omega)$ has a zero at $p$? The space ...
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functions of one complex variable: geometric theory

Can someone recommend a good textbook on functions of one complex variable which have good chapters on geometric theory, in English? When I studied complex analysis, I used two textbooks: An ...
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Series of swapping terms

Suppose $f(z)=a_0+a_1z+\cdots+a_nz^n+\cdots$ is defined in the unit disk, $\mathbb{D}$, and $\|f\|_{\infty}\leq 1.$ Lets form a series $f_k$ by interchanging $a_1$ and $a_k$ i.e. ...
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Lifting $SHFC$ to non singular foliations

In this question we would like to complexify the idea in the following post. We would like to lift a "singular holomorphic foliation by curves", briefly "SHFC", of $\mathbb{C}P^{2}$ to a ...
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A condition on isolated singularity

Suppose $F: {\mathbb C}^N \to {\mathbb C}$ defines a singularity at the origin (for simplicity one can assume that $F$ is a quasi-homogeneous polynomial). Suppose it is nondegenerate, i.e., $dF(z) = ...
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Is there a general connection between value distribution and zero distribution for functions representable by Dirichlet series?

Some time ago I read part of a book in which the author made some conjectures outlining what kind of zero distribution is expected for functions representable by Dirichlet series with completely ...
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What does analyticity imply in complex analysis? [closed]

In complex analysis, we're constantly faced with problems about the analyticity of a function, on which many theorems are developed. I of course know a bunch of formulas and theorems, but could not ...
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What function space does holomorphic functional calculus give us?

Let $A$ be a unital Banach algebra, $U$ be an open subset of $\mathbb{C}$, and $A_U:=\{x\in A:\sigma(x)\subset U\}$. Holomorphic functional calculus says that any holomorphic function ...
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Applications of the Small and Great Theorems of Picard

I just presented the two famous theorems of Picard (Small and Great) in a graduate course, but I have not managed to discover a good number of interesting applications. List of applications (rather ...
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Non-trivial global solution for Dirichlet eigenvalue problem

Suppose $f:\mathbb{R}^2\to\mathbb{R}$ is smooth everywhere except a set of measure zero.(i.e. A set of area zero) and satisfies the equation $\Delta f=\lambda f$ for some constant $\lambda$ off this ...
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Generalization of the Hermite-Biehler-Kakeya Theorem (2)

This is a follow up to the questions posed in Generalization of the Hermite-Bielher-Kakeya Theorem. Here is an interesting follow up to those comments. Firstly we remark that: $f(x)+g(x)\cdot w$ is ...
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Meromorphic functions with finitely prescribed zeros and poles on annuli

I hope that this (probably) naive question will not bother those experts. Anyway, please allow me to ask this question here: We set $$\mathbb{A}(1/2, 2) = \Big\{z \in \mathbb{C}: 1/2 < |z| < ...
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“Convolution” for Multiplying Random Variables

The following situation arises frequently in probability. Suppose we have two independent continuous random variables $X$ and $Y$ and we consider their sum, $Z=X+Y$. Then the pdf of $Z$ is the ...
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The locus of rational/elliptic curves on a special surface in $\mathbb{P}^3$

Let $P$ and $Q$ be two general polynomials of the same degree $d>5$. Consider the surface $S: z^2=P(x)Q(y)$ in $\mathbb{P}^3$ (after homogenization by the variable $w$). One can show that these ...
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closed integral formula for a non-zero solution of a homogeneous linear ODE of order 2

Let $$ (\star) \;\;\;\;\;\;\;\;\;\;\;\; y''+p(x)y'+q(x)y=0, $$ be a homogeneous linear ODE of order $2$ with $p(x)$ and $q(x)$ complex valued analytic functions in a small neighbourhood of $0$. Q: ...
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Does the inverse Laplace transform of the square root exist?

Does the inverse Laplace transform, defined by the integral, \begin{equation} F(t) = \mathscr L_s^{-1}\left[\sqrt s\right](t) = \int_{c - i\infty}^{c + i\infty} \sqrt s ~e^{-st} ds \end{equation} ...
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Genealogy of the Lagrange inversion theorem

A wonderful piece of classic mathematics, well-known especially to combinatorialists and to complex analysis people, and that, in my opinion, deserves more popularity even in elementary mathematics, ...
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Bound on sum of complex summands involving binomial coefficients

I am trying to find the asymptotic behavior of the sum: $$ \sum^n_{i=0} \begin{pmatrix} 2n \\ i \end{pmatrix} x^i y^{2n-i}$$ as $n\rightarrow\infty$. Here $x$, $y$ are complex numbers and I have ...
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Region and domains? [closed]

Is every region a domain? Am I correct that I understood the definition of domain to be an open, connected set? Does every region have to be a domain? For example: $|z-1+i|\le 3$ is a region if I've ...
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Marten's proof of torelli theorem

I am trying to read the proof of torelli theorem by Henrik H.Martens "A new proof of torelli's theorem" Annals of mathematics vol78 no. 1 .The proof seems to me like using mysterious combination of 3 ...
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Two questions related to $TS^{2}$ as a holomorphic manifold

We consider $TS^{2}$ as a 2 dimensional holomorphic manifold and fix an explicit holomorphic structure on $TS^{2}$ as it is indicated in the answer of Mike Usher to the following question. ...