Handbook of differential equations. Stationary PDEs by Michel Chipot

By Michel Chipot

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Finally we emphasize that there are still many open isoperimetric problems for eigenvalues in PDE. Overviews are given, for instance, in [95,13,74] and [70]. p (4) Any rearrangement is a continuous mapping on L+ (RN ) (1 p < ∞), by Corol1,p lary 1. One might ask whether the symmetrizations are continuous in W+ (RN ), too. Indeed, it has been shown by A. Burchard that the answer is yes for the Steiner symmetrization, (see [40], see also [46] for the one-dimensional case N = 1). On the other hand, F.

2. Let u, v ∈ L2 (RN ), and let T be a rearrangement. 6). Then RN uv dx RN T uT v dx. 39) 14 F. Brock Rearrangements are nonexpansive in L∞ (RN ), too. 3. Let u, v ∈ L∞ (RN ), and let T be a rearrangement. 6). 40) ∞. P ROOF. Let C := u − v ∞ . e. on RN . e. 40). 4. For applications it is useful to define rearrangements of functions which are merely defined on a set M ∈ M. This can be done as follows: Let T a rearrangement, and let u : M → R measurable. 14). (Notice that in fact T u does not depend on the particular choice of c.

Writing Hλ = {x: x1 > λ}, uHλ = uλ , and σHλ u = σλ u, we first observe that uλ ∈ K2 and J2 (uλ ) = J2 (u) ∀λ ∈ R. 5. Hence we find a number λ1 ∈ R such that uλ is a local minimizer, too, ∀λ λ1 . Clearly we may assume that uλ ≡ σλ u for these λ. 1 we then show that u = uλ for λ λ1 . Similarly one proves that there exists a number λ2 , (λ2 > λ1 ), such that σλ u = uλ ∀λ λ2 . Now let λ∗ := max λ ∈ R: u = uμ ∀μ ∈ (−∞, λ) . By continuity, we have that λ∗ ∈ [λ1 , λ2 ] and u = uλ ∀λ ∈ (−∞, λ∗ ]. 5 we have that uλ → u in Lp (RN ) and Lq (RN ) and ∇uλ → ∇u in L2 (RN ) as λ → λ∗ .

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