The objective of this ASI was to bring together specialists in several complex variables (many of whom have contributed to complex potential theory) and specialists in potential theory (all of whom have contributed to several complex variables) together with young researchers and graduate students for an interchange of ideas and techniques. Not only was the status of current research presented, but also the relevant background, much of which is not yet available in books. The following topics and interconnections among them were discussed: 1. Real and Complex Potential Theory. Capacity and approximation, basic propAs erties of plurisubharmonic functions and methods to manipulate their singularities and study their growth, Green functions, Chebyshev-type quadratures, electrostatic fields and potentials, propagation of smallness. 2. Complex Dynamics. Review of complex dynamics in one variable, Julia sets, Fatou sets, background in several variables, Henon maps, ergodicity, use of potential theory and multifunctions. 3. Banach Algebras and Infinite Dimensional Holomorphy. Analytic multiAs functions, spectral theory, analytic functions on a Banach space, semigroups of holomorAs phic isometries, Pick interpolation on uniform algebras and Von Neumann inequalities for operators on a Hilbert space. The basic notion of complex potential theory is that of a plurisubharmonic function.... analogue and irradiated, contained two protein bands of 59 and 39 kDa after SDS gel electrophoresis which were specifically labelled; thus, these proteins ... 4 allatostatins in the cockroaches, P. americana (474), and, Blattella germanica ( 17), as well as eight allatostatins (four Leu-, and four Met- ... Schematic diagram of the precursor of The Explosion of Structural Information on Insect Neuropeptides 51.
|Title||:||Fortschritte der Chemie organischer Naturstoffe / Progress in the Chemistry of Organic Natural Products|
|Author||:||W. Herz, A. Andersen, S.B. Christensen, G. Kirby, D. Deepak, R. Moore, G. Gäde, W. Steglich, A. Khare, U.W. Smitt, C. Tamm, S. Srivastav|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1997-05-28|