By Mariano Giaquinta
This quantity bargains with the regularity concept for elliptic structures. We may possibly locate the foundation of this sort of concept in of the issues posed through David Hilbert in his celebrated lecture brought in the course of the overseas Congress of Mathematicians in 1900 in Paris: nineteenth challenge: Are the ideas to general difficulties within the Calculus of adaptations continuously inevitably analytic? twentieth challenge: does any variational challenge have an answer, only if sure assumptions concerning the given boundary stipulations are chuffed, and only if the thought of an answer is certainly prolonged? over the past century those difficulties have generated loads of paintings, often often called regularity conception, which makes this subject really appropriate in lots of fields and nonetheless very energetic for study. notwithstanding, the aim of this quantity, addressed often to scholars, is way extra restricted. We goal to demonstrate just some of the fundamental rules and strategies brought during this context, confining ourselves to big yet uncomplicated events and refraining from completeness. in reality a few appropriate issues are passed over. themes contain: harmonic services, direct tools, Hilbert area equipment and Sobolev areas, strength estimates, Schauder and L^p-theory either with and with no power concept, together with the Calderon-Zygmund theorem, Harnack's and De Giorgi-Moser-Nash theorems within the scalar case and partial regularity theorems within the vector valued case; power minimizing harmonic maps and minimum graphs in codimension 1 and larger than 1. during this moment deeply revised version we additionally integrated the regularity of 2-dimensional weakly harmonic maps, the partial regularity of desk bound harmonic maps, and their connections with the case p=1 of the L^p thought, together with the prestigious result of Wente and of Coifman-Lions-Meyer-Semmes.
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11) is the unique of F in A. 11) represents a generic element of the dual space W01,2 (Ω)∗ , since every continuous linear functional L : W01,2 (Ω) → R is of the form L(ϕ) := Ω f0 ϕdx + Ω f α Dα ϕdx, for some f0 , f α ∈ L2 (Ω), α = 1, . . , n. 12) coercive on the class A. Slightly modifying F, we make it coercive on all of W 1,2 (Ω); consequently a Neumann boundary condition naturally arises. 10). Then for every γ > 0, f0 , f α ∈ L2 (Ω), α = 1, . . 13) where ν = (ν1 , . . 32. If Aαβ = Aβα , then such a solution is the unique minimizer in W 1,2 (Ω) of F(v) = 1 2 Ω Aαβ Dα vDβ vdx + γ 2 Ω v 2 dx − Ω f0 vdx − Ω f α Dα vdx.
Something similar holds for systems, as the reader can verify. 4 Elliptic systems: existence of weak solutions Let us now discuss systems of linear equations. 36 A matrix of coeﬃcients Aαβ ij 1≤α,β≤n 1≤i,j≤m is said to satisfy 1. 16) 2. the strong ellipticity condition, or the Legendre-Hadamard condition, if there is a λ > 0 such that i j 2 2 Aαβ ij ξα ξβ η η ≥ λ|ξ| |η| , ∀ξ ∈ Rn , ∀η ∈ Rm . 16). The converse is trivially true in case m = 1 or n = 1, but is false in general as the following example shows.
Xi−1 , ξ, yi+1 , . . , yn )dξ, ∂xi integrating over Ω× Ω and using Jensen’s inequality and Fubini’s theorem we ﬁnd Ω Ω |u(x) − u(y)|p dydx ≤ c(n, p)|Ω| p Ω |Du|p dx. 2) by a more general constant c(p, Ω), which can be very large even for domains of diameter 1. 2) to u. 21. 13. For instance, consider for μ > 0 the domain Ωμ = B1 (ξ− ) ∪ ([−2, 2] × [−μ, μ]) ∪ B1 (ξ+ ) ⊂ R2 , ξ± = (±2, 0). 2) holds on Ωμ with a constant c(Ωμ ), then necessarily c(Ωμ ) → ∞ as μ → 0. 2 Sobolev spaces 43 Proof. By Jensen’s inequality Ω |u|p dx = Ω ≤ u(x) − Ω p u(y)dy dx Ω0 |u(x) − u(y)|p dydx.
An Introduction to the Regularity Theory for Elliptic Systems, Harmonic Maps and Minimal Graphs by Mariano Giaquinta