Zero sets for spaces of analytic functions

We show that under mild conditions, a Gaussian analytic function $F$ that a.s. does not belong to a given weighted Bergman space or Bargmann–Fock space has the property that a.s. no non- zero function in that space vanishes where $F$ does. This establishes a conjecture of Shapiro (1979) on Bergman spaces and allows us to resolve a question of Zhu (1993) on Bargmann–Fock spaces. We also give a similar result on the union of two (or more) such zero sets, thereby establishing another conjecture of Shapiro (1979) on Bergman spaces and allowing us to strengthen a result of Zhu (1993) on Bargmann–Fock spaces.


Publication Date:
Nov 23 2018
Date Submitted:
Nov 21 2018
ISSN:
1777-5310
Citation:
Annales de l'Institut Fourier




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