@article{Dyakonov_2023, title={Inner functions as strongly extreme points: stability properties}, volume={48}, url={https://afm.journal.fi/article/view/137990}, DOI={10.54330/afm.137990}, abstractNote={<pre>Given a Banach space \(\mathcal X\), let \(x\) be a point in ball\((\mathcal X)\), the closed unit ball of \(\mathcal X\). We say that \(x\) is a <em>strongly extreme point</em> of ball\((\mathcal X)\) if it has the following property: for every \(\varepsilon&gt;0\) there is \(\delta&gt;0\) such that the inequalities \(\|x\pm y\|&lt;1+\delta\) imply, for \(y\in\mathcal X\), that \(\|y\|&lt;\varepsilon\). We are concerned with certain subspaces of \(H^\infty\), the space of bounded holomorphic functions on the disk, that arise upon imposing finitely many linear constraints and can be viewed as small perturbations of \(H^\infty\). It is well known that the strongly extreme points of ball\((H^\infty)\) are precisely the inner functions, while the (usual) extreme points of this ball are the unit-norm functions \(f\in H^\infty\) with \(\log(1-|f|)\) non-integrable over the circle. Here we show that similar characterizations remain valid for our perturbed \(H^\infty\)-type spaces. Also, we investigate to what extent a non-inner function can differ from a strongly extreme point.</pre>}, number={2}, journal={Annales Fennici Mathematici}, author={Dyakonov, Konstantin M.}, year={2023}, month={Oct.}, pages={681–690} }