A note on the smoothness of the Minkowski function

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Haridas, Pranav; Janardhanan, Jaikrishnan;
(2018)
  • Subject: Mathematics - Complex Variables | 32A07
    arxiv: Mathematics::Complex Variables

The Minkowski function is a crucial tool used in the study of balanced domains and, more generally, quasi-balanced domains in several complex variables. If a quasi-balanced domain is bounded and pseudoconvex then it is well-known that its Minkowski function is plurisubh... View more
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