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1. Atlas: Riemann-Hilbert Problem For Multiply Connected Domains And Its Applicatio
Riemannhilbert problem for multiply connected domains and its applicationsto porous media and composites by Vladimir Mityushev Eq.
http://atlas-conferences.com/cgi-bin/abstract/caof-09

Extractions: Coauthors : P. M. Adler, A. E. Malevich Consider doubly periodic systems of mutually disjointed disks on the complex plane. Let D be the complement of these disks to the representative cell. Given a(t), f(t) as Holder continuous functions on the boundary of D. Find a doubly periodic function F(t) analytic in D continuous in its closure with the boundary condition Re a(t) F(t) = f(t). We also consider an R-linear problem with constant coefficients. The problems are reduced to functional equations which are solved in terms of the Poincare series. The results are applied to calculation of the effective properties of the composite materials and porous media. Date received: May 21, 2004

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3. Recent Developments In Integrable Systems And Riemann-Hilbert Problems : Ams Spe
Recent Developments in Integrable Systems and RiemannHilbertProblems Ams Special Session, Integr by Ams Special Session Integrable
http://bookweb.kinokuniya.co.jp/guest/cgi-bin/booksea.cgi?ISBN=0821832034

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5. 10th European School On Complex Analysis
contours. This technique is called the steepest descent method for RiemannHilbertproblems and was developed by Deift and Zhou in 1993.
http://www.mat.uc.pt/~ajplb/10.htm

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