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Parametric Representation of Univalent Mappings in Several Complex Variables

  Published:2002-04-01
 Printed: Apr 2002
  • Ian Graham
  • Hidetaka Hamada
  • Gabriela Kohr
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Abstract

Let $B$ be the unit ball of $\bb{C}^n$ with respect to an arbitrary norm. We prove that the analog of the Carath\'eodory set, {\it i.e.} the set of normalized holomorphic mappings from $B$ into $\bb{C}^n$ of ``positive real part'', is compact. This leads to improvements in the existence theorems for the Loewner differential equation in several complex variables. We investigate a subset of the normalized biholomorphic mappings of $B$ which arises in the study of the Loewner equation, namely the set $S^0(B)$ of mappings which have parametric representation. For the case of the unit polydisc these mappings were studied by Poreda, and on the Euclidean unit ball they were studied by Kohr. As in Kohr's work, we consider subsets of $S^0(B)$ obtained by placing restrictions on the mapping from the Carath\'eodory set which occurs in the Loewner equation. We obtain growth and covering theorems for these subsets of $S^0(B)$ as well as coefficient estimates, and consider various examples. Also we shall see that in higher dimensions there exist mappings in $S(B)$ which can be imbedded in Loewner chains, but which do not have parametric representation.
MSC Classifications: 32H02, 30C45 show english descriptions Holomorphic mappings, (holomorphic) embeddings and related questions
Special classes of univalent and multivalent functions (starlike, convex, bounded rotation, etc.)
32H02 - Holomorphic mappings, (holomorphic) embeddings and related questions
30C45 - Special classes of univalent and multivalent functions (starlike, convex, bounded rotation, etc.)
 

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