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According to Wikipedia, George Piranian was a Swiss-American mathematician of Swiss and Armenian descent. Piranian was internationally known for his research in complex analysis, his association with Paul Erdős, and his editing of the Michigan Mathematical Journal.

- Metric properties of polynomials (1958) (58)
- II. The Problem of Learning to Teach (1975) (38)
- Sets of convergence of Taylor series. II. (1949) (32)
- Two monotonic, singular, uniformly almost smooth functions (1966) (28)
- The derivative of a Schlichtfunction (1955) (24)
- Convergence properties of sequences of linear fractional transformations. (1957) (24)
- Lusin's theorem on areas of conformal maps. (1955) (23)
- The boundary of a simply connected domain (1958) (21)
- On the univalence of functions whose derivative has a positive real part (1951) (18)
- Bounded analytic functions and absolutely continuous measures (1967) (16)
- Boundary functions for functions defined in a disk. (1961) (16)
- The radial behavior of Blaschke products (1985) (14)
- Tsuji functions with segments of Julia (1964) (14)
- Compression and expansion of boundary sets (1973) (13)
- Bounded functions with large circular variation (1968) (12)
- Conformal mappings and Peano curves. (1952) (10)
- Restricted cluster sets (1960) (10)
- The topologization of a sequence space by Toeplitz matrices. (1958) (9)
- An isolated schlicht Function (1960) (8)
- STRONG FATOU-1-POINTS OF BLASCHKE PRODUCTS (1983) (8)
- OnTaylor series of functions regular inGaier regions (1954) (8)
- Sets of divergence of Taylor series and of trigonometric series (1954) (8)
- An entire function of restricted growth (1959) (7)
- Laconicity and redundancy of Toeplitz matrices (1964) (7)
- The shape of level curves (1966) (6)
- Level sets of infinite length (1978) (6)
- Ambiguous points of a function continuous inside a sphere. (1957) (6)
- The Set of Nondifferentiability of a Continuous Function (1966) (6)
- Convergence fields of row-finite and row-infinite Toeplitz transformations (1950) (6)
- Sequences of linear fractional transformations. (1959) (5)
- Schlicht Taylor series whose convergence on the unit circle is uniform but not absolute. (1951) (5)
- The distribution of prime ends. (1960) (5)
- Lipschitz functions of continuous functions (1953) (5)
- Uniformly accessible Jordan curves through large sets of relative harmonic measure zero (1952) (4)
- On the derivative of a univalent function (1953) (4)
- The sets of ambiguous points of functions of bounded characteristic. (1957) (3)
- Linear accessibility of boundary points of a Jordan region (1951) (3)
- The structure and distribution of prime ends (1959) (3)
- Sets of radial continuity of analytic functions (1954) (3)
- Level-sets of special Blaschke products. (1982) (3)
- On a conjecture of Lusin. (1955) (3)
- Some properties of the Fejér polynomials (1956) (2)
- On the summability of ordinary Dirichlet series by Taylor methods. (1952) (2)
- Holomorphic functions with dense sets of Plessner points (1969) (2)
- Asymmetric prime ends (1961) (2)
- Uncountable-order sets for radial-limit functions (1984) (2)
- The derivative of a monotonic discontinuous function (1965) (2)
- Over-convergence on the circle of convergence (1947) (2)
- Conformal mapping of a Jordan region whose boundary has positive two-dimensional measure. (1952) (2)
- Polynomials whose zeros lie on the unit circle (1955) (2)
- A Blaschke product with a level-set of infinite length (1983) (2)
- Strongly annular functions with small Taylor coefficients (1977) (2)
- A note on transforms of unbounded sequences (1947) (2)
- III. The Promotion of Participation (1975) (1)
- Jordan domains and absolute convergence of power series. (1962) (1)
- Say It Better (1982) (1)
- A summation matrix with a governor (1946) (1)
- Totally disconnected sets, Jordan curves, and conformal maps (1972) (1)
- Proceedings of the Symposium on Complex Analysis Canterbury 1973: The Fatou limits of outer functions (1974) (1)
- Inner functions with a level-set of infinite length (1979) (1)
- THE SUMMER MEETING IN KINGSTON (2007) (1)
- Topology of groups (1943) (1)
- On the convergence of certain partial sums of a Taylor series with gaps (1943) (1)
- Strongly Annular Tsuji Functions (1979) (1)
- Opinion: Tentative Affiliations: An Apology (1990) (1)
- Bounded Radial Variation and Divergence of Power Series. (1966) (0)
- ESSENTIAL tiAUSDORFF CORES OF SEQUENCES (1964) (0)
- The Length of a Lemniscate (1980) (0)
- Letters to the editors (1978) (0)
- The sets of Lusin points of analytic functions. (1957) (0)
- Algebraic-logarithmic singularities and Hadamard’s determinants (1944) (0)
- Mathematical Review of “How to Write Mathematics” by P.R. Halrnos (2010) (0)
- Asymmetric prime ends : technical note (1960) (0)
- Over 600 people registered for the meeting , including the following 409 members of the Society : (2007) (0)
- The points of maximum modulus of a univalent function (1977) (0)
- SOME PROPERTIES OF THE FEJAR POLYNOMIALS (2016) (0)
- Musical Comedy i From Faculty WorkoutsSwing Into Final Phase Staff Nominees (0)
- The derived sets of a linear set. (1955) (0)
- Progress report and final report on basic research in mathematics (1953) (0)
- Basic research in mathematics : progress report (1953) (0)
- The zero-sets of the radial-limit functions of inner functions (1995) (0)
- Desgning a Mirror that Inverts in a Oirolo Dedicated to our mentors (2002) (0)
- On a problem of Lohwater (1959) (0)
- Normal Analytic Functions and a Question of M. L. Cartwright (1979) (0)
- Some point sets associated with Taylor series. (1955) (0)
- A topological generalization of Schwarz' lemma (1941) (0)
- The Plankton of the Bear River Migratory Waterfowl Refuge, Utah Seasonal Distribution of Organisms (1937) (0)
- A study of the position and nature of the singularities of functions given by their Taylor series (1943) (0)
- THE BOUNDARY OF A SIMPLY CONNECTED DOMAIN 1 (2007) (0)
- Complex Variables with Applications. By A. David Wunsch (1985) (0)
- Invitation to Complex Analysis. By Ralph Philip Boas (1989) (0)
- Some properties of the Fejer polynomials : technical report no. 1 (1955) (0)

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