Box mappings were introduced in [13] as a tool for studying the dynamics of real unimodal polynomials. In the same paper, the main property of growing moduli was proved. This generalized earlier results obtained for certain ratios on the real line. In [14], a more general result was presented with a slightly different proof, not more complicated that the original proof of a weaker result in [13]. We state the main theorem of [14] as Theorem 1.2. The generalization consists in allowing a large class of holomorphic box mappings without any connection with real dynamics. Theorem 1.2 found already applications

EP - 108 PB - Princeton University Press PY - 1998 SN - 9780691002583 SP - 67 T2 - The Real Fatou Conjecture. (AM-144) UR - www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt7zv8rh.6 Y2 - 2020/07/10/ ER -