# Analytic in the unit polydisc functions of bounded L-index in direction

• A. Bandura Ivano-Frankivsk National Tecnical University of OIl and Gas
• T. Salo Lviv Politechnic National University
Keywords: analytic function; unit polydisc; bounded $L$-index in direction; directional derivative; maximum modulus; minimum modulus; logarithmic derivative; zero distribution; local behavior

### Abstract

The concept of bounded $L$-index in a direction $\mathbf{b}=(b_1,\ldots,b_n)\in\mathbb{C}^n\setminus\{\mathbf{0}\}$ is generalized for a class of analytic functions in the unit polydisc, where $L$ is some continuous function such that for every $z=(z_1,\ldots,z_n)\in\mathbb{D}^n$ one has $L(z)>\beta\max_{1\le j\le n}\frac{|b_j|}{1-|z_j|},$ $\beta=\mathrm{const}>1,$ $\mathbb{D}^n$ is the unit polydisc, i.e. $\mathbb{D}^n=\{z\in\mathbb{C}^n: |z_j|\le 1, j\in\{1,\ldots,n\}\}.$ For functions from this class we obtain sufficient and necessary conditions providing boundedness of $L$-index in the direction. They describe local behavior of maximum modulus of derivatives for the analytic function $F$ on every slice circle $\{z+t\mathbf{b}: |t|=r/L(z)\}$ by their values at the center of the circle, where $t\in\mathbb{C}.$ Other criterion describes similar local behavior of the minimum modulus via the maximum modulus for these functions. We proved an analog of the logarithmic criterion desribing estimate of logarithmic derivative outside some exceptional set by the function $L$. The set is generated by the union of all slice discs $\{z^0+t\mathbf{b}: |t|\le r/L(z^0)\}$, where $z^0$ is a zero point of the function $F$. The analog also indicates the zero distribution of the function $F$ is uniform over all slice discs. In one-dimensional case, the assertion has many applications to analytic theory of differential equations and infinite products, i.e. the Blaschke product, Naftalevich-Tsuji product. Analog of Hayman's Theorem is also deduced for the analytic functions in the unit polydisc. It indicates that in the definition of bounded $L$-index in direction it is possible to remove the factorials in the denominators. This allows to investigate properties of analytic solutions of directional differential equations.

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2023-09-22
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Bandura, A., & Salo, T. (2023). Analytic in the unit polydisc functions of bounded L-index in direction. Matematychni Studii, 60(1), 55-78. https://doi.org/10.30970/ms.60.1.55-78
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