Effectiveness of Cannon and composite set of polynomials of two complex variables in Faber regions
Keywords:Basic set, Faber polynomials, Faber regions, Faber curves, Composite set, Cannon set, Cannon function, Cannon sum, Constituent set, Effectiveness
Conditions are obtained for effectiveness of Cannon and Composite sets of polynomials of two complex variables in Faber regions. It generalizes to these regions the results of Nassif on composite sets in balls of centre origin whose constituents are also cannon sets.
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