#
Nachbin's Theorem

by
Lambert M. Surhone,
Mariam T. Tennoe,
Susan F. Henssonow

##### Paperback Book, 84 pages

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- Description
- In mathematics, in the area of complex analysis, Nachbin's theorem (named after Leopoldo Nachbin) is commonly used to establish a bound on the growth rates for an analytic function. This article will provide a brief review of growth rates, including the idea of a function of exponential type. Classification of growth rates based on type help provide a finer tool than big O or Landau notation, since a number of theorems about the analytic structure of the bounded function and its integral transforms can be stated. In particular, Nachbin's theorem may be used to give the domain of convergence of the generalized Borel transform, given below. The theorem is named in honour of the Brazilian mathematician Leopoldo Nachbin.

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Paperback Book, 84 pages | English | ||

Betascript Publishing (Sep. 7th, 2010) | Unknown | ||

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