Nontangential limits in Pt(mu)spaces and the index of invariant subspaces
(2009) In Annals of Mathematics 169(2). p.449490 Abstract
 Let mu be a finite positive measure on the closed disk (D) over bar in the complex plane, let 1 <= t < infinity, and let Pt(mu) denote the closure of the analytic polynomials in Lt(mu). We suppose that D is the set of analytic bounded point evaluations for Pt(mu), and that Pt(mu) contains no nontrivial characteristic functions. It is then known that the restriction of mu to partial derivative D must be of the form h vertical bar dz vertical bar. We prove that every function f is an element of Pt(mu) has nontangential limits at h vertical bar dz vertical baralmost every point of partial derivative D, and the resulting boundary function agrees with f as an element of Lt(h vertical bar dz vertical bar). Our proof combines methods... (More)
 Let mu be a finite positive measure on the closed disk (D) over bar in the complex plane, let 1 <= t < infinity, and let Pt(mu) denote the closure of the analytic polynomials in Lt(mu). We suppose that D is the set of analytic bounded point evaluations for Pt(mu), and that Pt(mu) contains no nontrivial characteristic functions. It is then known that the restriction of mu to partial derivative D must be of the form h vertical bar dz vertical bar. We prove that every function f is an element of Pt(mu) has nontangential limits at h vertical bar dz vertical baralmost every point of partial derivative D, and the resulting boundary function agrees with f as an element of Lt(h vertical bar dz vertical bar). Our proof combines methods from James E. Thomson's proof of the existence of bounded point evaluations for Pt(mu) whenever Pt(mu) not equal Lt(mu) with Xavier Tolsa's remarkable recent results on analytic capacity. These methods allow us to refine Thomson's results somewhat. In fact, for a general compactly supported measure nu in the complex plane we are able to describe locations of bounded point evaluations for Pt(nu) in terms of the Cauchy transform of an annihilating measure. As a consequence of our result we answer in the affirmative a conjecture of Conway and Yang. We show that for 1 < t < infinity dim M/zM = 1 for every nonzero invariant subspace M of Pt(mu) if and only if h not equal 0. We also investigate the boundary behaviour of the functions in Pt(mu) near the points z is an element of partial derivative D where h(z) = 0. In particular, for 1 < t < infinity we show that there are interpolating sequences for Pt(mu) that accumulate nontangentially almost everywhere on {z : h(z) = 0}. (Less)
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 Aleman, Alexandru ^{LU} ; Richter, Stefan and Sundberg, Carl
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