A remark on Bloch"s constant for schlicht functions.

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Univalent functions., Bloch cons
SeriesAnnales Academiae scientiarum Fennicae, Series A. I: Mathematica, 423
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LC ClassificationsQ60 .H5232 no. 423
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Pagination4 p.
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semi-bloch functions in several complex variables 5 W e close this section with a generalisation of Lappan’s Five-Poin t Theorem. This theorem follows from a. The optimal value is known as Bloch's constant and 1/12 is not the best possible.

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