Alex Glickfield Butler University
Faculty Sponsor(s): Scott Kaschner Butler UniversityWhen an analytic function from the complex unit disk to itself is iterated (i.e. composed with itself), the sequence of iterates will converge to a point in the closed unit disk. The point of convergence is known as the Denjoy-Wolff point. In this talk, we examine analytic functions which converge uniformly to a boundary Denjoy-Wolff point. We will prove that, under an iterative process, the closed unit disk maps to a subset of the unit disk union the Denjoy-Wolff point.
Mathematics & Computer Science
When & Where
Jordan Hall 238