A special case of an analytic polyhedron. A bounded domain in -dimensional space is said to be a Weil domain if there exist functions , , holomorphic in a fixed neighbourhood of the closure , such that
2) the faces of the Weil domain , i.e. the sets
have dimension ;
3) the edges of the Weil domain , i.e. the intersections of any () different faces, have dimension .
The totality of all -dimensional edges of a Weil domain is called the skeleton of the domain. The Bergman–Weil representation applies to Weil domains. These domains are named for A. Weil , who obtained the first important results for these domains.
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Weil domain. M. Shirinbekov (originator), Encyclopedia of Mathematics. URL: http://www.encyclopediaofmath.org/index.php?title=Weil_domain&oldid=15119