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native payment, in 1950 he graduated - as an extramural studen- from Groznyi lecturers university and in 1957 from Rostov college. He taught arithmetic in Novocherkask Polytechnic Institute and its department within the city of Shachty. That used to be while his mathematical expertise blossomed and he received the most effects given within the current monograph. In 1969 N. V. Govorov got the measure of health care professional of arithmetic and the aca­ demic rank of a Professor. From 1970 till his tragic dying on 24 April 1981, N. V. Govorov labored as Head of the dep. of Mathematical Anal­ ysis of Kuban' collage actively engaged in getting ready new classes and educating younger mathematicians. His unique mathematical expertise, vibrant reactions, kindness bordering on self-sacrifice made him hugely revered by means of all people who knew him. In getting ready this publication for booklet i used to be given large advice by means of E. D. Fainberg and A. I. Heifiz, whereas V. M. Govorova took an important a part of the technical paintings with the manuscript. Professor C. Prather con­ tributed massive counsel in getting ready the English translation of the publication. I. V. Ostrovskii. PREFACE The vintage assertion of the Riemann boundary challenge is composed find a functionality (z) that's analytic and bounded in domain names D+ and D-, with a typical boundary - a delicate closed contour L admitting a continuing extension onto L either from D+ and D- and pleasant on L the boundary +(t) = G(t)-(t) + g(t).

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9). 1 Here q = [p], bo, ... , bq are some positive constants, Zn are the zeros oj J(z) in ~z > 0 and cp(t) is a singular boundary Junction. 11) hold. Proof. 29). l P(t, z)dcp(t)+ Q(t,z)dcp(t))}. 26) Direct calculation shows that both P(t, z) and Q(t, z) are polynomials with respect to z of degree not greater than q and with real coefficients. 26) is a polynomial as well. 26) in the appropriate way one may obtain g(z) == 1. NECESSARY CONDITIONS OF COMPLETELY REGULAR GROWTH IN THE HALF-PLANE 4 Definition of completely regular growth in the halfplane.

A> o. 3) Then there exists lim *r- PF(r) = a. 2) instead of that of inequality. 3). 2), this formulation is more useful. 12 IJ J(z) E A;,o:,j1, then, Jor all 0 E (0:, (3)\N where N is at most countable, there exists the limit where The exceptional set N contains only those points 0 Jor which hj(O + 0) hj(O - 0). -=F We shall also use the following theorems. g. Then the indicator oj their product equals the sum oj the indicators oj each multiplier. g. and the Junction 'IjJ(z) = J(z)/g(z) be analytic in (0:,{3).

0. SSR, 1965, Vol. I. , 1971, Vol. 472-476). - Editor's Note. ,---'l-::-cf(:. 11) where I-l = max(p, 1) and f is an arbitrary positive number. Remark 1. 11) hold for f = 0 as well. 4)). Remark 2. 9) with

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