Harmonic Mappings in the Plane

@inproceedings{Duren2004HarmonicMI,
  title={Harmonic Mappings in the Plane},
  author={Peter L. Duren},
  year={2004}
}
  • P. Duren
  • Published 29 March 2004
  • Mathematics
1. Preliminaries 2. Local properties of harmonic mappings 3. Harmonic mappings onto convex regions 4. Harmonic self-mappings of the disk 5. Harmonic univalent functions 6. Extremal problems 7. Mapping problems 8. Additional topics 9. Minimal surfaces 10. Curvature of minimal surfaces Appendix References. 

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