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Grace–Walsh–Szegő theorem

Known as: Grace–Walsh–Szego theorem, Grace-Walsh-Szegő coincidence theorem, Grace–Walsh–Szegő Coincidence Theorem 
In mathematics, the Grace–Walsh–Szegő coincidence theorem is a result named after John Hilton Grace, Joseph L. Walsh, and Gábor Szegő.
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2018
2018
In this note, we discuss the coefficient regions of analytic self-maps of the unit disk with a prescribed fixed point. As an… 
2017
2017
When optimizing a product or process with multiple responses, a two‐stage Pareto front approach is a useful strategy to evaluate… 
2015
2015
For λ ≥ 0 and 0 ≤ α < 1 < β, we denote by K(λ,α,β) the class of normalized analytic functions satisfying the two sided… 
Review
2015
Review
2015
This study aimed to determine the relationship between the Adversity Quotient® and Leadership Skills in relation to the… 
2014
2014
En unas notas personales, comprometidas y profundas, Catherine Walsh retoma sus dialogos con Paulo Freire. Recupera, desafia y… 
2008
2008
Crashes involving large trucks constitute a significant risk to the driving public and an occupational risk to truck drivers. In… 
Highly Cited
1993
Highly Cited
1993
Abstract We examined maternal and paternal characteristics at 1 month postpartum as risk and protective factors for children's… 
1933
1933
Letter from Willis Belknap, Superintendent of the Police Bureau of Identification of Fort Dodge, Iowa to D. E. Walsh…