By Ali Baklouti, Aziz El Kacimi, Sadok Kallel, Nordine Mir
This e-book contains chosen papers offered on the MIMS (Mediterranean Institute for the Mathematical Sciences) - GGTM (Geometry and Topology Grouping for the Maghreb) convention, held in reminiscence of Mohammed Salah Baouendi, a most famed determine within the box of a number of advanced variables, who kicked the bucket in 2011. All examine articles have been written through best specialists, a few of whom are prize winners within the fields of complicated geometry, algebraic geometry and research. The ebook bargains a important source for all researchers attracted to fresh advancements in research and geometry.
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6) 50 H. 6), we infer that 2N L 1 (R ) gk,λ 1, which ends the proof of the right hand side of the assertion. Once observed that the function u can be recast under the form u = (log |D|)−k gλ (log |D|)k u , we end the proof of the result. 12. Taking advantage of the fact that the spectrum of the function u is included in eλ C with λ ≥ 1, we find that u(ξ) = φ(λ−1 log |ξ|) u(ξ), where φ is a function of D(R) chosen as above. Therefore (log |D|)k u = (log |D|)k gλ u , where gλ (ξ) = φ(λ−1 log |ξ|).
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Hence (10e) maps the sphere to Q(2, 1). The map (10d) can be found in a similar manner as for (10f), except that we replace (16) with |z 3 f 1 (w)|2 + | f 2 (w)|2 = |z f 3 (w)|2 + | f 4 (w)|2 . (21) Now we must replace |z|6 with (1 − |w|2 )3 . Doing so leads to the following analogue of (17). √ | f 1 (w)|2 + | 3w 2 f 1 (w)|2 + | f 2 (w)|2 + |w f 3 (w)|2 = √ | 3w f 1 (w)|2 + |w 3 f 1 (w)|2 + | f 3 (w)|2 + | f 4 (w)|2 . (22) We must find a 4-by-4 unitary matrix, but solving the equations is possible.