An international conference on complex analysis was held in Canterbury in July 1973. Some of the world's most prominent complex analysts attended and some outstanding open problems had their first solutions announced there. These are reflected in this set of Proceedings. Almost all of the contributions are abstracts of talks given at the symposium. The final part of this volume is a section on research problems contributed by members of the conference and a report on a previous collection of problems edited by Professor W. K. Hayman after an earlier conference in 1964. This book is essential reading for research workers and graduate students interested in complex analysis.ESIa#39;HIATION OF COEFFICIENTS OF UNIVALENT FUNCTIONS BY A TAUBERIAN REMAINDER THEOREM PETER L. DUREN Let ... Some time ago, W. K. Hayman showed that for each f e S, the sequence { [an I /n } converges to a limit 01 S 1, with ... The second and more difficult step is then the deduction that Ian] /n -agt; a.

Title | : | Proceedings of the Symposium on Complex Analysis Canterbury 1973 |

Author | : | J. Clunie, W. K. Hayman |

Publisher | : | Cambridge University Press - 1974-08-08 |

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