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Nachbin's theorem

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  1. has immediate applications in Cauchy theorem-like situations, and for integral transforms

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  2. in the area of complex analysis, Nachbin's theorem is commonly used to establish a bound on the growth rates for an analytic function

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  3. a term from mathematics

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  4. This article will provide a brief review of growth rates, including the idea of a function of exponential type

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  5. Classification of growth rates based on type help provide a finer tool than big O or Landau notation, since a number of theorems about the analytic structure of the bounded function and its integral transforms can be stated

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