By Steven G. Krantz (auth.), Steven G. Krantz (eds.)

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This convention collected jointly a small staff of individuals with comparable pursuits within the geometric functionality thought of numerous advanced variables. whereas the speeches have been of a really good nature, the papers within the complaints are principally of a survey and speculative nature. the amount is meant to serve either scholars and researchers as a call for participation to energetic new components of analysis. the extent of the writing has been deliberately set in this type of means that the papers can be obtainable to a large audience.

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The resulting compactification is a complete finite strongly pseudoconvex manifold with a smooth K~thler metric ~)i~" The imbedding results of Rossi and Taylor apply to complete the proof. § 4: Weakly Pseudoconvex Domains The state of knowledge for weakly pseudoconvex domains is much less advanced than for smooth bounded strongly pseudoconvex domains, and it has been a well recognized fact that the weakly pseudoconvex case is in general much more difficult to understand. From a philosophical viewpoint, this can be understood in the fact that the weakly pseudoconvex case is the borderline between the good case ( smooth and strongly pseudoconvex) and the bad case (not pseudoconvex), and the closer that one is to the strongly pseudoconvex case (for example, domains of finite type), the easier the analysis becomes.

That sucha point w exists is an easy consequence of the denseness of the linear span of {K~(z,w):wEOi} in A°°(E21)(see also [4]). Let V be an open neighborhood of z 0 in X such that there exists a positive constant c with ui(z) tends to zero uniformly for }Kl(z,w) I > c for all z E V. 3) yields that Kz(fi(z),fi(w)) ui(w) tends to zero, the becomes uniformly large in modulus for z E V as i tends to inifinity. Thus, fi(z) becomes uniformly close to the boundary point P2 to which fi(w) converges. This finishes the proof of Theorem l, part B.

18. J. P. FIosay, Sur une caracterisation de la boule parmi les domaines de C n par son groupe d'automorphismes, Ann. Inst. Fourier 29 (4) (1979), 91-97. S. Bland A problem of considerable interest in the study of several complex variables is to characterize which open complex manifolds are biholomorphically equivalent to open complex submanifolds of complex Euclidean space, and further, to characterize those which are equivalent to bounded open submanifolds. This problem is not only important in that it helps to delineate how bad higher dimensional complex manifolds can be (compare with the uniformization theorem of one complex variable), but it also has an intrinsic beauty in that it interrelates the various mathematical properties of the manifold.

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