By John Garnett

ISBN-10: 0387336214

ISBN-13: 9780387336213

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If v(z) is a subharmonic function on D, then m(r ) = 1 2π v(r eiθ ) dθ is an increasing function of r. The subharmonic function v(z) on has a harmonic majorant if there is a harmonic function U (z) such that v(z) ≤ U (z) throughout . If is connected, if v(z) ≡ −∞ in , and if v(z) has a harmonic majorant, then the Perron process for solving the Dirichlet problem produces the least harmonic majorant u(z), which is a harmonic function majorizing v(z) and satisfying u(z) ≤ U (z) for every other harmonic majorant U (z) of v(z) (see Ahlfors [1966] or Tsuji [1959]).

B) limr →1 log | f (r eiθ )|dθ/2π = 0. (c) The least harmonic majorant of log | f (z)|is 0. Proof. 7 shows that (b) and (c) are equivalent. Suppose f (z) is the Blaschke product with zeros {z n }, and let ε > 0. We may divide f (z) by a finite Blaschke product Bn (z) so that |( f /Bn )(0)| > 1 − ε. Since Bn is continuous on D¯ and |Bn (eiθ )| = 1, lim r →1 log | f (r eiθ )|dθ = lim r →1 log f (r eiθ ) dθ. Bn But since log | f /Bn | is subharmonic and negative, log(1 − ε) ≤ log dθ f ≤ 0. (r eiθ ) Bn 2π Therefore (b) holds.

Also 1 − | f (z)|2 |1 − f (z)|2 1 − |z|2 = μ({0}) + |1 − z|2 and when z → 1 within an angle B = 1/μ({0}). Since π −π |1 − z|2 dμ0 (θ ), |eiθ − z|2 , the integral has limit 0. Consequently 1 + f (z) 1+z = μ({0}) + 1 − f (z) 1−z π −π eiθ + z dμ0 (θ ) + ic, eiθ − z similar reasoning shows that 1−z = z→1 1 − f (z) lim 1 2 (1 − z)(1 + f (z)) = μ({0}). z→1 1 − f (z) lim 44 Chap. I preliminaries 8. Suppose f (z) is a function from D to D such that whenever z 1 , z 2 , z 3 are distinct points of D there exists g ∈ B (depending on z 1 , z 2 , z 3 ) such that g(z j ) = f (z j ), j = 1, 2, 3.

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