By John Garnett

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1. 2. If u(z) is harmonic on H and if p > 1, then sup |u(x + i y)| p d x ≤ B p sup y y |u(x + i y)| p d x. 2 is false at p = 1. Take u(x, y) = Py ∗ f (x), f ∈ L 1 , f > 0. Then sup y |u(x, y)| ≥ M f (x) and M f ∈ L 1 . 3 (Fatou). assume Let u(z) be harmonic on H , let 1 ≤ p ≤ ∞ and sup u(x + i y) L p (d x) y < ∞. Then for almost all t the nontangential limit lim α (t) z→t u(z) = f (t) exists. If p > 1, u(z) is the Poisson integral of the boundary value function f (t), and if 1 < p < ∞, u(x + i y) − f (x) p →0 (y → 0).

The condition f ∈ L 1 (dt/(1 + t 2 )) merely guarantees that converges. Py (s) f (x − s) ds 22 Chap. I preliminaries Proof. We may assume t = 0. Let us first consider the points (0, y) on the axis of the cone α (0). Then u(0, y) = Py (s) f (s) ds, and the kernel Py (s) is a positive even function which is decreasing for positive s. That means Py (s) is a convex combination of the box kernels (1/2h)χ(−h,h) (s) that arise in the definition of Mf. Take step functions h n (s), which are also nonnegative, even, and decreasing on s > 0, such that h n (s) increases with n to Py (s).

If 1 2π v(z 0 + r eiθ ) dθ = −∞, then since v is bounded above and since Poisson kernels are bounded and positive, we have 1 2π Pz (θ)v(z 0 + r eiθ ) dθ = −∞, Consequently Un (z) → −∞ for each z ∈ −∞ on (z 0 , r ). The nonempty set {z ∈ |z| < 1. 3 v = : v(z) ≡ −∞ on a neighborhood of z} is then open and closed, and we again have a contradiction. 5. Let v(z) be a subharmonic function in the unit disc D. Assume v(z) ≡ −∞. For 0 < r < 1, let ⎧ |z| ≤ r, ⎨v(z), vr (z) = 1 ⎩ Pz/r (θ)v(r eiθ ) dθ, |z| < r.