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In his 1983 paper , R. F. Gundy introduced a new functional related to the Littlewood-Paley theory, called the density of the area integral. In this paper, we prove that this functional (although highly non-linear) can be expressed as the principal value of an explicit singular integral. This result provides us with a new and precise connection between the density of the area integral and the theory of Calderón-Zygmund operators. It does not seem to be a consequence of the standard Calderón-Zygmund-Cotlar theory, because the sign of a harmonic function in the half-space fails to have, in some appropriate sense, boundary limits.
This paper is devoted to the study of the Cauchy problem in C∞ and in the Gevrey classes for some second order degenerate hyperbolic equations with time dependent coefficients and lower order terms satisfying a suitable Levi condition.
We establish several conditions, sufficient for a set to be (quasi)conformally removable, a property important in holomorphic dynamics. This is accomplished by proving removability theorems for Sobolev spaces in Rn. The resulting conditions are close to optimal.
We study the ergodic properties of fibered rational maps of the Riemann sphere. In particular we compute the topological entropy of such mappings and construct a measure of maximal relative entropy. The measure is shown to be the unique one with this property. We apply the results to selfmaps of ruled surfaces and to certain holomorphic mapping of the complex projective plane P2.
We prove the Poincaré inequality for vector fields on the balls of the control distance by integrating along subunit paths. Our method requires that the balls are representable by means of suitable “controllable almost exponential maps”.
We show that under conditions of regularity, if E′ is isomorphic to F′, then the spaces of homogeneous polynomials over E and F are isomorphic. Some subspaces of polynomials more closely related to the structure of dual spaces (weakly continuous, integral, extendible) are shown to be isomorphic in full generality.
In this paper we give an explicit formula for the solution of the non-homogeneous complex Cauchy problem with Cauchy data given on a bounded smooth strictly convex domain in a non-characteristic hyperplane. These formulas are obtained using the explicit version of the fundamental principle given in terms of residue currents; moreover, we characterize the domain of definition of the solution and we generalize these techniques to the non-homogeneous Goursat problem.
The subject of this paper is a Jacobian, introduced by F. Lazzeri (unpublished), associated with every compact oriented Riemannian manifold whose dimension is twice an odd number. We study the Torelli and Schottky problem for Lazzeri's Jacobian of flat tori and we compare Lazzeri's Jacobian of Kähler manifolds with other Jacobians.