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Zeros and growth of entire functions of several variables, the complex Monge-Ampere operator and some related topics

Xing, Yang LU (1992) In Department of Mathematics, University of Stockholm
Abstract
The classical Levin-Pfluger theory of entire functions of completely regular growth ($CRG$) of finite

order $\rho$ in one variable establishes a relation between the distribution of zeros of an entire

function and its growth. The most important and interesting result in this theory is the fundamental

principle for $CRG$ functions. In the book of Gruman and Lelong, this basic theorem was

generalized to entire functions of several variables. In this theorem the additional hypotheses

have to be made for integral order $\rho$. We prove one common characterization for

any $\rho$. As an application we prove the following fact: $ r^{-\rho} \log

|f(rz)|$ converges to the indicator... (More)
The classical Levin-Pfluger theory of entire functions of completely regular growth ($CRG$) of finite

order $\rho$ in one variable establishes a relation between the distribution of zeros of an entire

function and its growth. The most important and interesting result in this theory is the fundamental

principle for $CRG$ functions. In the book of Gruman and Lelong, this basic theorem was

generalized to entire functions of several variables. In this theorem the additional hypotheses

have to be made for integral order $\rho$. We prove one common characterization for

any $\rho$. As an application we prove the following fact: $ r^{-\rho} \log

|f(rz)|$ converges to the indicator function $h^\ast_f(z)$ as a distribution if and only if $r^{-\rho}

\Delta\log |f(rz)|$ converges to $\Delta h^\ast_f(z)$ as a distribution. This also strengthens

a result of Azarin. Lelong has shown that the

indicator $h^\ast_f$ is no longer continuous in several variables. But

Gruman and Berndtsson have proved that $h^\ast_f$ is continuous if the density of

the zero set of $f$ is very small. We relax their conditions. We also get a

characterization of regular growth functions with continuous indicators. Moreover,

we characterize several kinds of limit sets in the sense of Azarin.



For subharmonic $CRG$ functions in a cone, the situation is much different from functions defined in the

whole space. We introduce a new

definition for $CRG$ functions in a cone. We also give new criteria for

functions to be $CRG$ in an open cone, and strengthen some results due to Ronkin.

Furthermore, we study $CRG$ functions in a closed cone.



It was proved by Bedford and Taylor that the complex Monge-Amp\`ere operator

$(dd^c)^q$ is continuous under monotone limits. Cegrell and Lelong showed

that the monotonicity hypothesis is essential. Improving a result of Ronkin, we get that $(dd^c)^q$ is

continuous under almost uniform limits with respect to Hausdorff $\alpha$-content.

Moreover, we study the Dirichlet problem for the

complex Monge-Amp\`ere operator.



Finally, we confirm a conjecture of Bloom on a generalization of the

M\"untz-Sz\'asz theorem to several variables. (Less)
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  abstract     = {The classical Levin-Pfluger theory of entire functions of completely regular growth ($CRG$) of finite<br/><br>
order $\rho$ in one variable establishes a relation between the distribution of zeros of an entire<br/><br>
function and its growth. The most important and interesting result in this theory is the fundamental<br/><br>
principle for $CRG$ functions. In the book of Gruman and Lelong, this basic theorem was<br/><br>
generalized to entire functions of several variables. In this theorem the additional hypotheses<br/><br>
have to be made for integral order $\rho$. We prove one common characterization for<br/><br>
any $\rho$. As an application we prove the following fact: $ r^{-\rho} \log<br/><br>
|f(rz)|$ converges to the indicator function $h^\ast_f(z)$ as a distribution if and only if $r^{-\rho}<br/><br>
\Delta\log |f(rz)|$ converges to $\Delta h^\ast_f(z)$ as a distribution. This also strengthens<br/><br>
a result of Azarin. Lelong has shown that the<br/><br>
indicator $h^\ast_f$ is no longer continuous in several variables. But<br/><br>
Gruman and Berndtsson have proved that $h^\ast_f$ is continuous if the density of<br/><br>
the zero set of $f$ is very small. We relax their conditions. We also get a<br/><br>
characterization of regular growth functions with continuous indicators. Moreover,<br/><br>
we characterize several kinds of limit sets in the sense of Azarin.<br/><br>
<br/><br>
For subharmonic $CRG$ functions in a cone, the situation is much different from functions defined in the<br/><br>
whole space. We introduce a new<br/><br>
definition for $CRG$ functions in a cone. We also give new criteria for<br/><br>
functions to be $CRG$ in an open cone, and strengthen some results due to Ronkin.<br/><br>
Furthermore, we study $CRG$ functions in a closed cone.<br/><br>
<br/><br>
It was proved by Bedford and Taylor that the complex Monge-Amp\`ere operator<br/><br>
$(dd^c)^q$ is continuous under monotone limits. Cegrell and Lelong showed<br/><br>
that the monotonicity hypothesis is essential. Improving a result of Ronkin, we get that $(dd^c)^q$ is<br/><br>
continuous under almost uniform limits with respect to Hausdorff $\alpha$-content.<br/><br>
Moreover, we study the Dirichlet problem for the<br/><br>
complex Monge-Amp\`ere operator.<br/><br>
<br/><br>
Finally, we confirm a conjecture of Bloom on a generalization of the<br/><br>
M\"untz-Sz\'asz theorem to several variables.},
  author       = {Xing, Yang},
  isbn         = {91-7153-078-9},
  language     = {eng},
  series       = {Department of Mathematics, University of Stockholm},
  title        = {Zeros and growth of entire functions of several variables, the complex Monge-Ampere operator and some related topics},
  year         = {1992},
}