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The 2-volume-book is an up to date, reorganized and significantly enlarged model of the former variation of the study challenge publication in research (LNM 1043), a suite normal to many analysts, that has sparked off a lot study. This new version, created in a joint attempt via a wide group of analysts, is, like its predecessor, a suite of unsolved difficulties of contemporary research designed as informally written mini-articles, every one containing not just a press release of an issue but additionally historic and metho- dological reviews, motivation, conjectures and dialogue of attainable connections, of believable ways in addition to a listing of references. There at the moment are 342 of those mini- articles, nearly two times as many as within the prior variation, although a great deal of them were solved!
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E. At vanishing on the zero set of the ideal I the following inclusion F M E I holds? PROBLEM 2. e. for any F in A r such that, for any x E C n, the g e r m os F at x is in the integral closure o / t h e ideal Iz in 0 ~ , does one have F inf(n'm) E I (or at least F ~ E I, w i t h s o m e e x p o n e n t t~ depending only on n)? PROBLEM 3. W h e n m << n and the zero set of I is n - m dimensional, is the ideal I d o s e d in air ? A positive answer to these three questions (with ~ = 2 inf(m + 1, n)) is given in  in the very particular case where r a n k F -- 1.
Linear and Complex Analysis Problem Book 3: Part II by N. K. Nikolski (auth.), Victor P. Havin, Nikolai K. Nikolski (eds.)