By Philip J. Rippon, Gwyneth M. Stallard

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Because of (∗) it remains to show that, for each w ∈ C, inf λW (w + n, w + n + 1) = 0. 8 because each w ∈ C is the center of an open disk in C with arbitrarily large radius. ✷ The case when the Denjoy-Wolff point of a holomorphic self-map of D is inside the unit disk also leads to an eventual conjugacy. More generally, we have the following result. Although this lemma might be folklore, for the sake of completeness we give a short proof. 9. Let h be a holomorphic self-map of a hyperbolic domain G ⊂ C such that h is not an automorphism of G and there is a fixed point p of h in G such that λ := h (p) = 0.

Since, for each z ∈ G ∩ R, Φ(x) = Ψ(x) = aΦ(x), √ we see that, by passing to aΦ instead of Φ, we may assume that Φ(x) ∈ R for each x ∈ G ∩ R. For the case when there exists λ > 1 such that T = λidiH we obtain that there exists c > 0 such that τ (z) = cz for each z ∈ −iH. Since |Φ(x)| = |Φ(x)| = |Ψ(x)| = c|Φ(x)| for each x ∈ G ∩ R we conclude that c = 1. Hence we have that Φ(x) ∈ R for each x ∈ G ∩ R. Thus in any case we have that Φ(x) ∈ R for each x ∈ G ∩ R. We can now show that (∗) there exists σ ∈ {1, −1} such that Φ(H) ⊂ σH and Φ(−H) ⊂ −σH.

Let p be the Denjoy-Wolff point of g. 8. Hence we may assume that p ∈ ∂D. 6 we see that g|D ∼ idC + 1. Assume that p ∈ F (g). 9 we conclude that g|F(g) ∼ λidC . 22 this implies that g|D ∼ λidH . This is a contradiction to g|D ∼ idC + 1. Hence p ∈ J (g). Assume that F(g) ∩ ∂D = ∅. From the Schwarz-Pick lemma we conclude that λF(g) (g n (z), g n+1 (z)) → 0 as n → ∞. 23 this implies that g|D ∼ idH ± 1. This contradicts g|D ∼ idC + 1. Hence J (g) = ∂D. ✷ This leads to the following theorem. 25. Let g be a non-M¨obius inner function such that J (g) = ∂D.