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On the Bergman projection and kernel in periodic planar domains

@inproceedings{Taskinen2021OnTB,
  title={On the Bergman projection and kernel in periodic planar domains},
  author={Jari Taskinen},
  year={2021}
}
We study Bergman kernels KΠ and projections PΠ in unbounded planar domains Π, which are periodic in one dimension. In the case Π is simply connected we write the kernel KΠ in terms of a Riemann mapping φ related to the bounded periodic cell ̟ of the domain Π. We also introduce and adapt to the Bergman space setting the Floquet transform technique, which is a standard tool for elliptic spectral problems in periodic domains. We investigate the boundedness properties of the Floquet transform… Expand

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