By J. Garnett

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Functional f -. f' (00) is linear. The set A(E,l) is convex and the So there is a unique Ahlfors function if and only if each extremal function is an extreme point of this convex set. Fisher obtained uniqueness by showing any extremal function is an extreme point. 2: If En Ahlfors functions for If each OEn are compact sets decreas ing to En E, we know' the converge to the Ahlfors function for E. rabedian functions for En converge? bedian function for for a discussion of this problem. measure * If so, the limit is a natural E.

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