The volume comprises eleven survey papers based on survey lectures delivered at the Conference in Prague in July 1987, which covered various facets of potential .

The volume comprises eleven survey papers based on survey lectures delivered at the Conference in Prague in July 1987, which covered various facets of potential theory, including its applications in other areas. price for USA in USD (gross). ISBN 978-3-540-45952-1.

Probability methods in potential theory. Layer potential methods for boundary value problems on lipschitz domains. Fine potential theory. Balayage spaces - A natural setting for potential theory. Axiomatic non-linear potential theories. oceedings{Krl1988PotentialTS, title {Potential theory, surveys and problems : proceedings of a conference held in Prague, July 19-24, 1987}, author {Josef Kr{'a}l and Jaroslav Luke{vs} and Ivan Netuka and Jaroslav Vesel{'y}}, year {1988} }. Josef Král, Jaroslav Lukeš, +1 author Jaroslav Veselý. Positive harmonic functions and hyperbolicity. The survey papers deal with both classical and abstract potential theory and its relations to partial differential equations, stochastic processes and other branches such as numerical analysis and topology.

Within the tradition of meetings devoted to potential theory, a conference on potential theory took place in Prague on 19-24, July 1987. During the Conference, 69 scientific communications from different branches of potential theory were presented; the majority of them are in cluded in the present volume. Papers based on survey lectures delivered at the Conference, its program as well as a collection of problems from potential theory will appear in a special volume of the Lecture Notes Series published by Springer-Verlag).

Potential Theory, Surveys and Problems Josef Kral; Jaroslav Lukes; Ivan Netuka; Jiri Vese Springer 9783540502104 : Contains eleven survey papers based on survey lectures delivered at the Confe. 1988 Серия: Lecture Notes in Mathematics Язык: ENG Размер: 2. 9 x 1. 0 x . 5 cm Основная тема: Mathematics Подзаголовок: Proceedings of a Conference held in Prague, July 19-24, 1987 Рейтинг: Поставляется из: Германии Описание: Contains eleven survey papers based on survey lectures delivered at the Conference in Prague in July 1987, which covered various facets of potential theory, including its applications in other areas.

Josef Kral, Jaroslav Lukes, Ivan Netuka. The volume comprises eleven survey papers based on survey lectures delivered at the Conference in Prague in July 1987, which covered various facets of potential theory, including its applications in other areas. The survey papers deal with both classical and abstract potential theory and its relations to partial differential equations, stochastic processes and other branches such as numerical analysis and topology

The volume comprises eleven survey papers based on survey lectures delivered at the Conference in Prague in July 1987, which covered . Josef Krai Ivan Netuka Oaroslav Lukes Jifi Vesely Praha, October 1987. TABLE OF CONTENTS SURVEYS A. Ancona: Positive harmonic functions and hyperbolicity N. Boboc and Gh.

Title: Potential Theory Surveys and Problems: Proceedings of a Conference held in Prague, July 19–24, 1987. Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Series: Lecture Notes in Mathematics 1344. Author: Alano Ancona (auth. Josef Král, Jaroslav Lukeš, Ivan Netuka, Jiří Veselý (ed. Year: published in 1988. The survey papers deal with both classical and abstract potential theory and its relations to partial differential equations, stochastic processes and other branch The volume comprises eleven survey papers based on survey lectures delivered at the Conference in Prague in July 1987, which covered various facets of potential theory, including its applications in other areas.

In the second volume, published in Prague in 1885 and called Potential Theory.

131 (2006) MATHEMATICA BOHEMICA No. 4, 427–448 NEWS AND NOTICES IN MEMORY OF JOSEF KRÁL Jaroslav Lukeš, Ivan Netuka, Jiří Veselý, Praha On May 24, 2006 a farewell ceremony for our teacher, colleague and friend Josef Král was held in the Church of St. Wenceslas in Pečky. He died on May 13, 2006, before his seventy-fifth birthday. In 1967 Josef Král founded a seminar in Prague on mathematical analysis, with a particular emphasis on potential theory. In the second volume, published in Prague in 1885 and called Potential Theory.

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