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Strong Localizations of the Kobayashi Distance

  title={Strong Localizations of the Kobayashi Distance},
  author={Nikolai Nikolov and Ahmed Yekta Okten},
. Recently, visibility property of Kobayashi (almost) geodesics has been used to provide localizations of the Kobayashi distance. In this note, we provide sufficient growth conditions for Kobayashi distance to obtain new strong multiplicative and additive localization results. Curiously, the conditions we provide are deeply related to the behaviour of the Kobayashi geodesics. 



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