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-Preface. - functions of Blaschke items to the spectral thought of Toeplitz operators (Grudsky, Shargorodsky). -A survey on Blaschke-oscillatory differential equations, with updates (Heittokangas.). - Bi-orthogonal expansions within the area L2(0,1) ( Boivin, Zhu). - Blaschke items as options of a sensible equation (Mashreghi.). - Cauchy Transforms and Univalent capabilities( Cima, Pfaltzgraff). - serious issues, the Gauss curvature equation and Blaschke items (Kraus, Roth). - development, 0 distribution and factorization of analytic features of reasonable progress within the unit disc, (Chyzhykov, Skaskiv). - Hardy technique of a finite Blaschke product and its spinoff ( Gluchoff, Hartmann). -Hyperbolic derivatives be certain a functionality uniquely (Baribeau). - Hyperbolic wavelets and multiresolution within the Hardy area of the higher part aircraft (Feichtinger, Pap). - Norm of composition operators caused via finite Blaschke items on Mobius invariant areas (Martin, Vukotic). - at the computable conception of bounded analytic features (McNicholl). - Polynomials as opposed to finite Blaschke items ( Tuen Wai Ng, Yin Tsang). -Recent development on truncated Toeplitz operators (Garcia, Ross)

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Soc. 97(1), 131–160 (1960) 46. : Toeplitz operators on Hp . Pac. J. Math. M. Gauthier Abstract Bhaskar Bagchi has shown that the Riemann hypothesis holds if and only if the Riemann zeta-function ζ (z) is strongly recurrent in the strip 1/2 < z < 1. In this note we show that ζ (z) can be approximated by strongly recurrent functions sharing important properties with ζ (z). Keywords Riemann hypothesis · Strong recurrence Mathematics Subject Classification Primary 11M26 · Secondary 30E10 1 Introduction In 1982, Bagchi ([1, 2]) showed a surprising equivalence between the Riemann hypothesis and a statement in topological dynamics, a subject which has its origins in the motion of particles.

The early results on oscillation theory in the case of D go back to the work of Nehari and his students Beesack and Schwarz in the 1940’s and 1950’s. In the 1960’s and 1970’s results on non-oscillation were obtained by Hadass, Kim, Lavie and London, to name a few. After a quiet period, the unit disc oscillation theory begins to flourish again, starting from the late 1990’s. In particular, a sequence of papers due to Chuaqui, Duren, Osgood and Stowe continue the classical considerations in oscillation theory, while Belaidi, Cao and Yi are inspired by the complex plane case, and consider oscillation of solutions in terms of the exponent of convergence.

For n = 1, 2, . . , let Ln = {z : |z| ≤ n} and choose { n } decreasing to zero. For each n = 1, 2, . . , we Approximating the Riemann Zeta-Function by Strongly Recurrent Functions 39 invoke Theorem 11 for the strip S = (1/2 < z < 1), f = ζ, L = Ln , and δ = n to obtain a function φn , frequently hypercyclic in the strip S for the translation operator CiΔ . By Lemma 2, the functions φn are also strongly recurrent. This concludes the proof of Theorem 3. 5 Proof of Theorem 4 It is not in general true that the product of strongly recurrent functions is strongly recurrent.

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