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Quantity 1 of an authoritative two-volume set that covers the necessities of arithmetic and contains each landmark innovation and each vital determine. This quantity positive aspects Euclid, Apollonius, others.

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P. and the consequences of a theorem of 11ilne in this connection, see also [6 ] . we must now 2. If N=1 i. e. p. p. p. ). This interesting result is due to the joint effort of several people (and also, unfortunately, not easily accessible in the I i terature in its full generality): Eifler [17], Gamelin-Garnett [19], section H(K), and Davie [15] 6 for for A(K) resul ts). p. g. nuou~ and [29]. 2, there are only pa4tial results. Remark first by an example of Diederich and Fornaess, there exists compact domain A(K) ~ H(K) analytic.

Also [9 1. e. NL(U) ={f E Coo(U); (LI U)f:O} for any any open U in X. ) Especially, the sheaf all assumptions of 1. JC of harmonic functions on lR n satisfies (ii) above, and also the "harmonic sheaves" of abstract potential theory are sheaves of F-morphic functions. All the sheaves of example 1. are (FN)-sheaves. 2. e. e. g: U-+-E e 'og E F(U) for any e'E E'l such that g iK = f}. 6ed subspaces of e(R,E) which we endow with the topology of uniform convergence on C(R,E». If E = 1R or ~, K (induced by we write C(R), AF(R), and HF(R), respec- lively.

Subsheaf of inheri ted by 6. t CXpX2 = CXl E F2 ([10], Ki E CX 2 1. 2 c ). 6ed Fl and Xi (i =1,2). ontaining Kl x K }, 2 - nOJtm 06 C (K l x K ), 2 and: ( 3) PROOF: Parts (1) and (2) theorem for subspaces of it suffices to verify follow immediately from the slice C(K l x K ) 2 quoted above. HFl (K ) ® HF2 (K 2 ) l C HFl £ product To prove F2 (K l x K2 ), which is HFl E F (K l XK ) C HFl (K ) EHF (K) fol2 l 2 2 from the previous description of the sheaf F1 E F 2 and immediate, too. The inclusion lows readily from the description of the E-product on the right hand side, cf.

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