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Iterated fine limits and iterated nontangential limits

Author: Kohur Gowrisankaran
Journal: Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 173 (1972), 71-92
MSC: Primary 31D05; Secondary 31B25
MathSciNet review: 0311927
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Abstract: Let $ {\Omega _k},k = 1{\text{ to }}n$, be harmonic spaces of Brelot and $ {u_k} > 0$ harmonic functions on $ {\Omega _k}$. For each $ w$ in a class of multiply superharmonic functions it is shown that the iterated fine limits of $ [w/{u_1} \cdots {u_n}]$ exist up to a set of measure zero for the product of the canonical measures corresponding to $ {u_k}$ and are independent of the order of iteration. This class contains all positive multiply harmonic functions on the product of $ {\Omega _k}$'s. For a holomorphic function $ f$ in the Nevanlinna class of the polydisc $ {U^n}$, it is shown that the $ n$th iterated fine limits exist and equal almost everywhere on $ {T^n}$ the $ n$th iterated nontangential limits of $ f$, for any fixed order of iteration. It is then deduced that, with the exception of a set of measure zero on $ {T^n}$, the absolute values of the different iterated limits of $ f$ are equal. It is also shown that the $ n$th iterated nontangential limits are equal almost everywhere on $ {T^n}$ for any $ f$ in $ {N_1}({U^n})$.

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PII: S 0002-9947(1972)0311927-0
Keywords: Polydisc, Nevanlinna class, holomorphic function, nontangential limit, fine limit, minimal boundary, multiply superharmonic functions, Radon measures
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