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1. CMB 2016 (vol 60 pp. 146)

Khavinson, Dmitry; Lundberg, Erik; Render, Hermann
The Dirichlet Problem for the Slab with Entire Data and a Difference Equation for Harmonic Functions
It is shown that the Dirichlet problem for the slab $(a,b) \times \mathbb{R}^{d}$ with entire boundary data has an entire solution. The proof is based on a generalized Schwarz reflection principle. Moreover, it is shown that for a given entire harmonic function $g$ the inhomogeneous difference equation $h ( t+1,y) -h (t,y) =g ( t,y)$ has an entire harmonic solution $h$.

Keywords:reflection principle, entire harmonic function, analytic continuation
Categories:31B20, 31B05

2. CMB 2011 (vol 54 pp. 607)

Camargo, Javier
Lightness of Induced Maps and Homeomorphisms
An example is given of a map $f$ defined between arcwise connected continua such that $C(f)$ is light and $2^{f}$ is not light, giving a negative answer to a question of Charatonik and Charatonik. Furthermore, given a positive integer $n$, we study when the lightness of the induced map $2^{f}$ or $C_n(f)$ implies that $f$ is a homeomorphism. Finally, we show a result in relation with the lightness of $C(C(f))$.

Keywords:light maps, induced maps, continua, hyperspaces
Categories:54B20, 54E40

3. CMB 1998 (vol 41 pp. 348)

Tymchatyn, E. D.; Yang, Chang-Cheng
Characterizing continua by disconnection properties
We study Hausdorff continua in which every set of certain cardinality contains a subset which disconnects the space. We show that such continua are rim-finite. We give characterizations of this class among metric continua. As an application of our methods, we show that continua in which each countably infinite set disconnects are generalized graphs. This extends a result of Nadler for metric continua.

Keywords:disconnection properties, rim-finite continua, graphs
Categories:54D05, 54F20, 54F50

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