Research Problems in Function Theory: Fiftieth Anniversary Edition (Problem Books in Mathematics)
Provides the complete ‘Hayman’s List’ of over 500 problems forthe first time, including 31 new problemsProvides research updates on the leading questions in complexanalysisContains over 1,000 references indexed to the associatedproblems——————————In 1967 Walter K. Hayman published ‘Research Problems inFunction Theory’, a list of 141 problems in seven areas of functiontheory. In the decades following, this list was extended to includetwo additional areas of complex analysis, updates on progress insolving existing problems, and over 520 research problems frommathematicians worldwide. It became known as ‘Hayman's List’.This Fiftieth Anniversary Edition contains the complete‘Hayman's List’ for the first time in book form, along with 31 newproblems by leading international mathematicians. This list hasdirected complex analysis research for the last half-century, andthe new edition will help guide future research in the subject. Thebook contains up-to-date information on each problem, gathered fromthe international mathematics community, and where possiblesuggests directions for further investigation.Aimed at both early career and established researchers, thisbook provides the key problems and results needed to progress inthe most important research questions in complex analysis, anddocuments the developments of the past 50 years.