By Michael Reed, Barry Simon

ISBN-10: 0125850042

ISBN-13: 9780125850049

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31) and Lj (j = 1, . . , 5), zj (j = 0, 1, 3) are as stated in Section 3, R2 − 2R1 , 0 ≤ x ≤ R2 }, and λ(z) = 1 + j, z ∈ L5 , λ(z) = 1 − j, z ∈ L6 . L6 = {y = R2 x For corresponding boundary value problems of hyperbolic systems of ﬁrst order complex equations, whether there are similar results as before? The problem needs to be investigated. 5 Hyperbolic Mappings and Quasi-hyperbolic Mappings Now, we introduce the deﬁnitions of hyperbolic mappings and quasi-hyperbolic mappings, and prove some properties of quasi-hyperbolic mappings.

1) in D satisfying the boundary conditions Re [λ(z)Φ1 (z)] = −Re [λ(z)Ψ1 (z)], z ∈ L, Im [λ(z0 )Φ1 (z0 )] = −Im [λ(z0 )Ψ1 (z0 )]. 3. 25), we can ﬁnd the corresponding functions Ψ2 (z), Φ2 (z) in D and the function w2 (z) = w0 (z) + Φ2 (z) + Ψ2 (z) in D. 3. Linear Hyperbolic Equations 23 It is clear that the function w2 (z) − w1 (z) satisﬁes the equality w2 (z) − w1 (z) = Φ2 (z) − Φ1 (z) + Ψ2 (z) − Ψ1 (z) ν = Φ2 (z) − Φ1 (z) + µ + 0 0 [A(ξ1 − ξ0 ) + B(η1 − η0 )]e1 dν [C(ξ1 − ξ0 ) + D(η1 − η0 )]e2 dµ, and w2 − w1 ≤ [2M3 M (4m + 1)]2 R 0 R dR ≤ [2M3 M (4m + 1)R ]2 , 2!

The above result can be written as a theorem. 3 Suppose that Q(z) = a + jb is a hyperbolic constant and |Q(z)| < 1. 6) in D has a homeomorphic solution. 14) where Q(z) is a continuous function in D = {0 ≤ x ≤ R1 , 0 ≤ y ≤ R2 } satisfying the condition |Q(z)| ≤ q0 < 1. e. w = W + Q(z)W . 15) 38 I. 14) is reduced to the complex equation Wz = 0. 16) in D is a hyperbolic regular function of z¯. 16) possesses a homeomorphic solution, which realizes a hyperbolic mapping in D. e. e. 18) is called a hyperbolic harmonic complex function.

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