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On Levinson’s Theorem Concerning Families of Analytic Functions

  • V. P. Guraii
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Part of the Seminars in Mathematics book series (SM)

Abstract

In 1938 N. Levinson [1] proved a theorem that was a far-reaching generalization of the principle of the maximum of the modulus for analytic functions.

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