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By Julii A. Dubinskii

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11) may be written as A(D)u(z) = -f: Jrr >-. (()ez(d( 1rl and A(D)u(z) = A(() L BUI'()ez(d( 1rl (we recall that A(() is analytic in n). () = LBul'(() = Bu(), >-. I' where Bu(() is the Borel transform of u(z). Thus, in both cases, 1. A(D)u(z) = -2 1rZ f Bu()ez(d( Jr which clearly implies the desired well-defined ness. 2. Case n > 1. Let us suppose that the region n c en, n > 1, is a Runge domain. By definition, this means that every function u(z) E O(n) may be represented as the limit of some sequence of linear combinations of exponentials in the sense of locally uniform convergence.

Consider the differential operator with shifts af3, 1,81 = 0, 1, ... , m, m Au(z) L == bf3 Df3u (z + af3). o. with symbol m A() =L bf3(f3 exp (af3. 1f31=0 Example 3. Let p,(dw) be a compactly supported (or "rapidly decreasing") measure in C::,. Consider the convolution operator Au(z) = [ len u(z - w)p,(dw), u(z) E Exp(C~). , the symbol of which is A() = L 00 lal=O aa(a. o. is the space Exp(C~) of all entire functions of exponential type. The next example is of a different character. Example 4. The symbol A«() = (1 function in the circle Ul = {( : 1(1 + ()-l, ( E C 1, is clearly an analytic < 1}.

Sufficiency. Let L(A, () be a Kovalevskaya polynomial. 18) 37 PD-OPERATORS WITH CONSTANT ANALYTIC SYMBOLS (see subsection 2) gives the desired solution. In fact, let Uj(t,(), j = 0,1, ... . )(O,() = «( E en is the parameter). 1 and the explicit formula for Uj(t,() as a function of the roots Ao«(), ... , Am-l«(), we find that the Uj(t, () are entire functions of exponential type, that is, where Mj > 0 and rlj > 0, ... , rnj > 0 (j = 0,1, ... , m - 1) are certain constants. 1) where Mj > 0 is a constant, rj = (rlj, ...

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