Singular Factors are Rare

By Stephen D. Fisher and Jonathan E. Shapiro

This paper appears in the Michigan Mathematical Journal, 44 (1997), 231-237.


We prove that for functions and which have mutually prime singular factors, has a trivial singular inner factor for all complex numbers w, except at most for those w in a set of logarithmic capacity zero.

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