# Harmonic capacity

From Encyclopedia of Mathematics

A term formerly employed to denote the capacity of a set in a Euclidean space , obtained by the method of classical potential theory with the aid of the Newton potential for , or the logarithmic potential for , as distinct from the analytic capacity or capacities obtainable using other types of potentials.

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Harmonic capacity. E.D. Solomentsev (originator),

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