Integral Kernels

Part of the Graduate Texts in Mathematics book series (GTM, volume 35)


Let D be a smoothly bounded domain in ℂn. By a kernel K(ζ, z) for D we mean a differential form {fy92-1} whose coefficient functions aj are defined and smooth for ζ, z\( \bar D \) with ζ ≠ itz.


Continuous Function Differential Operator Differential Form Complex Manifold Complex Dimension 
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