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Definition of the noun Pseudoconvexity
What does Pseudoconvexity mean as a name of something?
- The property of being pseudoconvex.
Pseudoconvexity: In mathematics, more precisely in the theory of functions of several complex variables, a pseudoconvex set is a special type of open set in the n-dimensional complex space Cⁿ. Pseudoconvex sets are important, as they allow for classification of domains of holomorphy.
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by John K. Beem, Paul Ehrlich, Kevin Easley
Pseudoconvexity is a type of "internal" completeness condition in somewhat the same sense ...
by Emil J. Straube
Pseudoconvexity is a local property of the boundary; consequently, locally convexifiable domains are pseudocon- vex. Note that convex domains are Lipschitz (see for example , Section 1.1.8); therefore, so are locally convexifiable ...
GROUP 24 (2003)
Physical and Mathematical Aspects of Symmetries: Proceedings of the 24th International Colloquium on Group Theoretical Methods in Physics, Paris, 15-20 July 2002 by J.P Gazeau, R Kerner, J.P Antoine, S Metens, J.Y Thibon
Pseudoconvexity is a kind of "holomorphic completeness": Q is not pseudoconvex if 3Q D Q such that any / e Hol(Q) extends ...
by George M. Rassias, Themistocles M. Rassias
As is by now well known, pseudoconvexity is a sufficient condition for solvability for operators of real principal type. Stability of solvability for these operators supports the validity of (at least the results of) certain perturbation techniques used in ...
by Robert E. Greene, Kang-Tae Kim, Steven G Krantz
Strong pseudoconvexity is an open condition: a C2 small perturbation of a strongly pseudoconvex domain yields a domain that is again strongly pseudoconvex. This makes it natural to consider the question of stability under small ...
by HENKIN, LEITERER
Then W m D has C*-boundary, and since, for C2 open sets, strict pseudoconvexity is a local property of the boundary (this follows from Theorem 1.5.17 or from Theorem 1.5.25), we obtain that W n D is a C*-strictly pseudoconvex open set.
Complex Analysis (2011)
by Peter Ebenfelt, Norbert Hungerbühler, Joseph J. Kohn, Ngaiming Mok, Emil J. Straube
Each smoothly bounded domain has an open subset of strongly pseudoconvex boundary points; the point farthest from the origin must be strongly pseudoconvex , and strong pseudoconvexity is an open condition. Subelliptic estimates arise ...
Common Problems, Different Methods by Jeffery D. McNeal, Mircea Mustata
The analogue of strong pseudoconvexity is that the Levi form have at least n − q positive eigenvalues; ...
Several Complex Variables (1999)
by Michael Schneider, Yum-Tong Siu, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (Berkeley, Calif.)
Pseudoconvexity is a geometric property of b0 that is necessary and sufficient for Q to be a domain of holomorphy; for domains with smooth boundaries ...
Encyclopaedia of Mathematics (2013)
Monge — Ampère Equation — Rings and Algebras by M. Hazewinkel
“Pseudoconvexity in the theory of complex spaces', ...
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