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Based on recent research papers, this book presents a modern account of mapping theory with emphasis on quasiconformal mapping and its generalizations. It contains an extensive bibliography.

The international conference entitled "New Trends in Approximation Theory" was held at the Fields Institute, in Toronto, from July 25 until July 29, 2016. The conference was fondly dedicated to the memory of our unique friend and colleague, André Boivin, who gave tireless service in Canada until his very last moment of his life in October 2014. The impact of his warm personality and his fine work on Complex Approximation Theory was reflected by the mathematical excellence and the wide research range of the 37 participants. In total there were 27 talks, delivered by well-established mathematicians and young researchers. In particular, 19 invited lectures were delivered by leading experts of the field, from 8 different countries. The wide variety of presentations composed a mosaic of aspects of approximation theory, highlighting interesting connections with important contemporary areas of Analysis. Primary topics discussed include application of approximation theory (isoperimetric inequalities, construction of entire order-isomorphisms, dynamical sampling); approximation by harmonic and holomorphic functions (especially uniform and tangential approximation), polynomial and rational approximation; zeros of approximants and zero-free approximation; tools used in approximation theory; approximation on complex manifolds, in product domains, and in function spaces; and boundary behaviour and universality properties of Taylor and Dirichlet series.

This book focuses on developments in complex dynamical systems and geometric function theory over the past decade, showing strong links with other areas of mathematics and the natural sciences. Traditional methods and approaches surface in physics and in the life and engineering sciences with increasing frequency – the Schramm‐Loewner evolution, Laplacian growth, and quadratic differentials are just a few typical examples. This book provides a representative overview of these processes and collects open problems in the various areas, while at the same time showing where and how each particular topic evolves. This volume is dedicated to the memory of Alexander Vasiliev.

This volume contains the proceedings of the IMU/AMS Special Session on Nonlinear Analysis and Optimization, held from June 16-19, 2014, at the Second Joint International Meeting of the Israel Mathematical Union (IMU) and the American Mathematical Society (AMS), Bar-Ilan and Tel-Aviv Universities, Israel, and the Workshop on Nonlinear Analysis and Optimization, held on June 12, 2014, at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. The papers in this volume cover many different topics in Nonlinear Analysis and Optimization, including: Taylor domination property for analytic functions in the complex disk, mappings with upper integral bounds for p -moduli, multiple Fourier transforms and trigonometric series in line with Hardy's variation, finite-parameter feedback control for stabilizing damped nonlinear wave equations, implicit Euler approximation and optimization of one-sided Lipschitz differential inclusions, Bolza variational problems with extended-valued integrands on large intervals, first order singular variational problem with nonconvex cost, gradient and extragradient methods for the elasticity imaging inverse problem, discrete approximations of the entropy functional for probability measures on the plane, optimal irrigation scheduling for wheat production, existence of a fixed point of nonexpansive mappings in uniformly convex Banach spaces, strong convergence properties of m-accretive bounded operators, the Reich-Simons convex analytic inequality, nonlinear input-output equilibrium, differential linear-quadratic Nash games with mixed state-control constraints, and excessive revenue models of competitive markets.

This volume contains the proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Complex Analysis and Dynamical Systems, held from May 22-27, 2011, in Akko (Acre), Israel. The papers cover a wide variety of topics in complex analysis and partial differential

The problems of conditional optimization of the uniform (or C-) norm for polynomials and rational functions arise in various branches of science and technology. Their numerical solution is notoriously difficult in case of high degree functions. The book develops the classical Chebyshev's approach which gives analytical representation for the solution in terms of Riemann surfaces. The techniques born in the remote (at the first glance) branches of mathematics such as complex analysis, Riemann surfaces and Teichmüller theory, foliations, braids, topology are applied to approximation problems. The key feature of this book is the usage of beautiful ideas of contemporary mathematics for the solution of applied problems and their effective numerical realization. This is one of the few books where the computational aspects of the higher genus Riemann surfaces are illuminated. Effective work with the moduli spaces of algebraic curves provides wide opportunities for numerical experiments in mathematics and theoretical physics.

Global class field theory is a major achievement of algebraic number theory based on the functorial properties of the reciprocity map and the existence theorem. This book explores the consequences and the practical use of these results in detailed studies and illustrations of classical subjects. In the corrected second printing 2005, the author improves many details all through the book.