The goal of this book is to investigate further the interdisciplinary interaction between Mathematical Analysis and Topology. It provides an attempt to study various approaches in the topological applications and influence to Function Theory, Calculus of Variations, Functional Analysis and Approximation Theory. The volume is dedicated to the memory of S Stoilow.
Pinched 2-component Kleinian groups, I. Kra and B. Maskit; quasisimilarities, definitions, stability and extension, K. Hag et al; cutting and gluing back along a closed simple curve on a Riemann surface, D. Burghelea and C. Constantinescu; some examples of dynamical systems, K. Ciesielski; on the stability of mappings, Th.M. Rassias; Steiner symmetrization and the conformal moduli of parallelograms, E. Reich; Schwarz problem for Cauchy-Riemann systems in several complex variables, H. Begehr and A. Dzhuraev; parametrization of Teichmuller space by length parameters, T. Nakanishi and M. Naatanen; generalized multivalued variational inequalities, H. Ben-El-Mechaiekh and G. Isac; a remark on the integrability and boundedness of automorphic forms, T. Ohsawa; solution of the Dirichlet problem by means of control function, A. Cornea; mapping the disk to convex subregions, J.A. Velling; Verheftungskurven von Endlicher rotation, A. Huber; extremal Teichmuller mappings with given asymptotic behaviour, K. Strebel; the isomorphism theorem of Kleinian groups, K. Matsuzaki; about cases of equality between the p-module and the p-capacity, P. Caraman; free quasiconformality in Banach spaces, J. Vaisala. (Part contents).