2 edition of **Uniqueness properties of general monogenic functions.** found in the catalog.

Uniqueness properties of general monogenic functions.

Willie Buell Evans

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Published
**1950**
in Urbana
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Written in English

- Functions of complex variables

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LC Classifications | QA331 E8 |

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Pagination | 4p. |

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Open Library | OL17326918M |

of monogenic functions (see the book [8]). The theory of several complex variables gives rise to a functional calculus that is based on the joint spectrum of operators. The analysis of bicomplex holomorphic functions started in the thirties with the works of Cited by: Monogenic Trait. A monogenic trait is a characteristic that is produced by a single gene or a single allele. A gene is a DNA segment that is responsible for physical traits and the phenotype of an organism. An allele is one of a pair of genes on a chromosome - the pair controls the same trait.

Genetic testing can diagnose many forms of monogenic diabetes. You might want to consider testing for monogenic diabetes if you or a family member was diagnosed with diabetes during the first six months of life; there is familial diabetes with a parent affected; there is mild fasting hyperglycemia (high blood sugar), especially if young or familial; and/or there is diabetes . This book concerns the mathematical analysis — modeling physical concepts, existence, uniqueness, stability, asymptotics, computational schemes, etc. — involved in predicting complex mechanical/acoustical behavior/response and identifying or optimizing mechanical/acoustical systems giving rise to phenomena that are either observed or aimed at.

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A function which is monogenic at every non-isolated point of is called monogenic on. If is a domain in, then a monogenic function on is called an analytic function on. If is not a domain, then a monogenic function on, in general, will no longer have the typical properties of an analytic r, if a set, which itself is not a domain, is sufficiently "massive" near a majority.

Interior uniqueness properties. Let be a domain in the complex classical interior uniqueness theorem for holomorphic (that is, single-valued analytic) functions on states that if two holomorphic functions and in coincide on some set containing at least one limit point in, then everywhere other words, if a holomorphic function in vanishes on a set having at least.

Problems of representation for general monogenic functions of (T1) and concerning extension functions. Representation theorems for continuous functions. Problems of representation for discontinuous functions. Questions of monogeneity and differentiability. 5- Uniqueness properties related to sets of positive measure.

Uniqueness. A uniqueness theorem for monogenic functions Deﬁnition. A complex valued function f of the complex variable z is mono-genic in C if 1.

f is deﬁned in each C p, 2. f is continuous and bounded in each C p, 3. f is (complex) diﬀerentiable in each non-isolated point of C p. Clearly, if the a ν are dense in G, a monogenic function need.

Monogenic functions can be extended to quasi-monogenic functions using Fourier multipliers. It turns out that the whole class of quasi-monogenic signals has Author: Swanhild Bernstein.

Cite this chapter as: Delanghe R., Sommen F., Souček V. () Monogenic functions. In: Clifford Algebra and Spinor-Valued Functions. Mathematics and Its. Monogenic may refer to. Analytic signal#The monogenic signal, in the theory of analytic signals; Genetic disorder#Single gene disorder (or monogenic disorder, disease, inheritance, or trait), a single gene disorder is the result of a single mutated gene; Maturity onset diabetes of the young (MODY; also known as monogenic diabetes), any of several hereditary forms of diabetes.

The expression is a complete (because the existence of potentials has been proven) representation of displacement field using only one monogenic function and one anti-monogenic function, thus 8 harmonic functions are needed, but it should be emphasized that monogenicity and anti-monogenicity impose strong relationships between these 8 functions Cited by: These are functions generated by a special subfamily of monogenic polynomials.

In the follow-up papers [2, 3] it was analyzed under which growth conditions the related basic set of special. Then you cannot determine the genetic value of all animals for such monogenic traits.

That is a problem, whether we deal with positive or negative aspects of the alleles. Characteristics of monogenic traits. To repeat briefly: the loci for a monogenic trait may contain identical alleles: the animal is homozygous for this trait.

Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by by: 3.

IMPACT FACTOR 5-year IMPACT FACTOR: CiteScore SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) Mathematical Citation Quotient (MCQ) ICV In this paper we give a Cauchy–Pompeiu type integral formula for a class of functions called multi-meta-weighted-monogenic using a distance calculated via the quadratic form associated with an elliptic operator.

This is used for the construction of the kernel over the domain \(\mathbb{R}^{m+1}\), constructed by fixing the real part for all products ofAuthor: Eusebio Ariza García, Antonio Di Teodoro.

We study the generalized growth of special monogenic functions. The characterizations of generalized order, generalized lower order, generalized type, and generalized lower type of special monogenic functions have been obtained in terms of Cited by: 1.

Hundreds of different monogenic diseases, caused by errors in hundreds of different genes, have been discovered.

Most of these disorders are very rare; however a few are relatively common. Well known monogenic diseases include cystic fibrosis, sickle cell anemia and Tay Sachs disease, which are recessive diseases, and myotonic dystrophy and.

MONOGENIC INHERITANCE. This chapter concerns the inheritance of characteristics that are determined by a single gene pair. These are characteristics showing discontinuous variation i.e. those represented by two or more contrasting characteristics.

There are few easily visible, normal external characteristics that show monogenic inheritance. Mathematics Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for people studying math at any level and professionals in related fields. Uniqueness of Characterstic Functions in Probability.

Ask Question Asked 9 years, 9 So the characteristic functions are different, and yes, the distribution can be completely recovered from the. HUMAN UNIQUENESS: A GENERAL THEORY PAUL M.

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We display a highly derived social. In Das et al. () [8], a new graph Γ (S M) on monogenic semigroups S M (with zero) having elements {0, x, x 2, x 3,x n} has been recently defined. The vertices are the non-zero elements x, x 2, x 3,x n and, for 1 ⩽ i, j ⩽ n, any two distinct vertices x i and x j are adjacent if x i x j = 0 in S by: 3.

functions and expand upon the notion of conjugate harmonic functions. We show that properties of the even part of a Cliﬀord-valued function determine properties of the odd part and vice versa. We also explore the theory of functions lying in the kernel of.

Start studying Unit 8 Workbook Ch Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.dimensions of holomorphic functions has been deﬁned and studied intensively. For instance the book of Gürlebeck et al.

() gathers standard knowledge about the algebra of real quaternions. A class of functions, called monogenic (Deﬁnition 3), presents interesting similarities with holomorphic functions deﬁned in the complex plane.Uniqueness and value-sharing of meromorphic functions Proof.

This result has been obtained by Hua [7], Mues–Reinders [10] and Yi–Yang [14] more or less independently. Here we present a diﬀerent proof, which is of interest in itself. Set (1) φ = f′′ f′ − 2 f ′ f − 1 − g′′ g′ + 2 g g − by: