By L.S. Maergoiz

Asymptotic features of complete capabilities and Their purposes in arithmetic and Biophysics is the second one variation of a similar publication in Russian, revised and enlarged. it really is dedicated to asymptotical questions of the speculation of whole and plurisubharmonic capabilities. the recent and standard asymptotical features of complete capabilities of 1 and lots of variables are studied. functions of those indices in several fields of complicated research are thought of, for instance Borel-Laplace alterations and their changes, Mittag-Leffler functionality and its common generalizations, vital tools of summation of strength sequence and Riemann surfaces.

In the second one version, a brand new appendix is dedicated to the dignity of these questions for a category of whole capabilities of proximate order. A separate bankruptcy is dedicated to functions in biophysics, the place the algorithms of mathematical research of homeostasis method behaviour, dynamics below exterior impact are investigated, that may be utilized in diversified fields of average technology and process.

This publication is of curiosity to investigate experts in theoretical and utilized arithmetic, postgraduates and scholars of universities who're attracted to complicated and genuine research and its applications.

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We denote by K a compact subset of G. r is K a nonnegative measure on G, is plurisubharmonic in D. 7 (local summability). Ifu E PSHn(D) and u u is summable on all compact subsets of D. 2. 8 (Hartogs lemma). Let {Ut, t > O} be a family of functions zn PSHn(D) uniformly bounded from above on all compact subsets of D. Assume that there exists a constant C such that lim Ut(z) ~ C, zED. t-+co Then for every c > 0 and every compact set KeD, there is a constant to ((') such that Ut(z) ~ C + c V z E K, t > to((').

12. If u is a finite convex function in a domain DeC' , then U E PSHn(D) . Let zED, and let a E C' \ {O}. , the point z + re i8 a belongs to D. By the convexity of u, we obtain the 24 CHAPTER 1. J ( 27r '/1' U Z + re ilJ a )dB_~Ju(z+reilJa)+u(z-reilJa)dB - 7r o 2 ~ () u z . 13. A finite function V defined on a convex domain Be lR n is convex if and only if the function = V(Re W1, ... , Re wn ) is plurisubharmonic in the tubular domain D = B + ilR n . 2) .... 12. The "if" part. Let b E B, and let x E lR n \ {a}.

Take X, y E A(S) and 0 < A < 1. , A(S) is a convex set. 2. We fix a E S, x E A(S). X E S V fJ. O. i > 0, i = 1,2, ... iX. lim AiXi, ,--+00 where Xi E S. So, A(S) c T(S). Suppose X E T(S), x"# O. Let Ai > 0 and Xi E S, i = 1,2, ... lim AiXi x and lim Ai O. Since S is a convex set, ,--+ 00 we have a(1 - Ai) = = ,--+ 00 + AiXi = a + Ai(Xi - a) E S Va E S, Ai < 1. e. 1)), x E A(S). So, T(S) C A(S), T(S) A(S) ~ = Let V be a lower semicontinuous convex function defined on lR n and not inedtically equal to zero.

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