Analytic theory of continued fractions Proc. Loen by W. B. Jones

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I, and its derivatives of all orders converge Thus, by the lemma, T~hf ~ fiE' ' as : By the density, in A(E), the same result holds for every f E A(E). Furthermore tinuous) it suffices to prove character X. f(x,y) on E, with In fact, = ~ E LIoR2), T~hf : (9) when f in that case, if is a (bounded con- ~IR2 e-i(x~ + Yn)~(~'n)d~ d~ then ~]R T 2 ~h (e -i(x~ + Y n ) ) f ( ~ , n ) d ~ d~ ,58 on E'; and hence liT ~hf! [A(E' ) 5 C Varying f, Thus we o b t a i n we m u s t (9). prove that HT~h×NA(E' ) is u n i f o r m l y ~2, and We and, bounded, h varies shall moreover, case, reviewing various the proof ditions lowing to assume that proved obtain and that ~ e iay stated certain uniform on how the set of c h a r a c t e r s , special boundedness conditions for this general situation uniform bound set of c h a r a c t e r s where in the a > 0}, beginning : (ii) i, and under that of this g(0) xt(o,t) yt(~,-t) < : > 0, 0 < yt(o,t), (13) hold particu- simply depends discussion the m a p p i n g section j(0) for to find the v a l u e an u p p e r of w h i c h [ at bound o by on the is fulfills as w e l l as the the con- fol- ~(0) : 0, (~,t) E [0,I], t ( ]0,2] .

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