Local Boundary Smoothness of an Analytic Function and its Modulus in Several Dimensions: An Announcement
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The drop of the smoothness of an analytic function compared to the smoothness of its modulus is discussed for the unit ball of ℂn. The paper is devoted to local aspects of the problem.
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