The map $F$ can be put $\langle$brought$\rangle$ into this form by setting ......
Let $S$ be the set of all solutions of (8) of the form (3).
We shall then show that this $f$ can be represented in the form $f=$ ......
This implies that the local martingale must take a very specific form.
in diagonal form
Consider the Blaschke product formed with the zeros of $f$.
They form a base of the topology of $X$.
Theorem 2 will form the basis for our subsequent results.
The key part is to show that the submanifolds $U_k$ fit together to form a complex submanifold.