Transfinite Diameter



be an analytic function, regular and univalent for |z|>1, that maps |z|>1 conformally onto the region T preserving the point at infinity and its direction. Then the function phi(z) is uniquely determined and c is called the transfinite diameter, sometimes also known as Robin's constant or the capacity of phi(z).

See also

Analytic Function, Logarithmic Capacity, Regular Function, Univalent Function

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Weisstein, Eric W. "Transfinite Diameter." From MathWorld--A Wolfram Web Resource.

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