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Asymptotic properties of unbounded quadrature domains the plane

  • LAVI KARP (a1)

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We prove that if Ω is a simply connected quadrature domain (QD) of a distribution with compact support and the point of infinity belongs to the boundary, then the boundary has an asymptotic curve that is a straight line, parabola or infinite ray. In other words, such QDs in the plane are perturbations of null QDs.

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