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Sets of Finite Perimeter and Geometric Variational Problems: An Introduction to Geometric Measure Theory

Francesco Maggi
Publisher: 
Cambridge University Press
Publication Date: 
2012
Number of Pages: 
454
Format: 
Hardcover
Series: 
Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics 135
Price: 
75.00
ISBN: 
9781107021037
Category: 
Textbook
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Part I. Radon Measures on Rn: 1. Outer measures
2. Borel and Radon measures
3. Hausdorff measures
4. Radon measures and continuous functions
5. Differentiation of Radon measures
6. Two further applications of differentiation theory
7. Lipschitz functions
8. Area formula
9. Gauss–Green theorem
10. Rectifiable sets and blow-ups of Radon measures
11. Tangential differentiability and the area formula
Part II. Sets of Finite Perimeter: 12. Sets of finite perimeter and the Direct Method
13. The coarea formula and the approximation theorem
14. The Euclidean isoperimetric problem
15. Reduced boundary and De Giorgi's structure theorem
16. Federer's theorem and comparison sets
17. First and second variation of perimeter
18. Slicing boundaries of sets of finite perimeter
19. Equilibrium shapes of liquids and sessile drops
20. Anisotropic surface energies
Part III. Regularity Theory and Analysis of Singularities: 21. (Λ, r0)-perimeter minimizers
22. Excess and the height bound
23. The Lipschitz approximation theorem
24. The reverse Poincaré inequality
25. Harmonic approximation and excess improvement
26. Iteration, partial regularity, and singular sets
27. Higher regularity theorems
28. Analysis of singularities
Part IV. Minimizing Clusters: 29. Existence of minimizing clusters
30. Regularity of minimizing clusters
References
Index.

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