Analytic Extension Formulas and their Applications by Kenzō Adachi (auth.), Saburou Saitoh, Nakao Hayashi,

By Kenzō Adachi (auth.), Saburou Saitoh, Nakao Hayashi, Masahiro Yamamoto (eds.)

Analytic Extension is a mysteriously attractive estate of analytic capabilities. With this perspective in brain the comparable survey papers have been collected from numerous fields in research corresponding to critical transforms, reproducing kernels, operator inequalities, Cauchy rework, partial differential equations, inverse difficulties, Riemann surfaces, Euler-Maclaurin summation formulation, a number of advanced variables, scattering idea, sampling idea, and analytic quantity idea, to call a few.
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Kz, kw)) is analytic iff it is analytic in each variable separately, the essence of the theorem therefore is the implication z t-t (kz, 1) extends analytically=> z t-t (kz, ¢) extends analytically for every¢ E 1i(O). Proof. 4) holds and that 0 = int 0. The general case is treated in [8]. The approach we present here is however different from that in [8]. As indicated above, it is enough to prove (i) => (iii). So assume (i), let f(z) denote the analytic continuation of (kz, 1) = -xo(z) to (z) of kz itself.

For the unit disc J[)) we have xn(z) = ~ for z ~ J[)), which continues analytically to C \ {0}, so this is one example of analytic continuation. In general, it is not hard to show that any domain with an analytic boundary has the continuation property, whereas a rough boundary, having for example a corner, never admits analytic continuation. A complete characterization of boundaries admitting analytic continuation of the Cauchy transform has been given by M. Sakai (15], (16) . A different approach was given in (8), based on previous investigations in (13), (14).

Ln. = (, ~), proving the assertion. We proceed to compute the commutator of T and T* . Multiplication by z certainly commutes with multiplication by z, so we just get [T,T*](z) = z( - ~ 7r { (()dA(())- (-~ { ((()dA(()) ln. (- z 7r ln. (- z = ~ { dA 7r ln. )l. This is a positive multiple of the orthogonal projection onto the subspace spanned by 1 E 1-l(D). In particular, [T, T*] is a positive operator, in other words T* is a hyponormal operator. Using ( as the running variable (argument) for the "functions" in 1l(D) and regarding z as a parameter we have 1 (T- z)kz(() = ((- z) · - = 1.

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