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The p-Harmonic Equation and Recent Advances in Analysis

Pietro Poggi-Corradini, editor
Publisher: 
American Mathematical Society
Publication Date: 
2005
Number of Pages: 
211
Format: 
Paperback
Series: 
Contemporary Mathematics 370
Price: 
59.00
ISBN: 
0-8218-3610-2
Category: 
Proceedings
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* F. H. Beatrous, T. J. Bieske, and J. J. Manfredi -- The maximum principle for vector fields
* I. Blank -- A partial classification of the blowups of the singularities in a composite membrane problem
* A. Domokos and J. J. Manfredi -- $C^{1,\alpha}$-regularity for $p$-harmonic functions in the Heisenberg group for $p$ near 2
* L. D'Onofrio and T. Iwaniec -- Notes on $p$-harmonic analysis
* M. Foss -- A condition sufficient for the partial regularity of minimizers in two-dimensional nonlinear elasticity
* C. Frosini -- Dynamics on bounded domains
* K. E. Hare and A. M. Stokolos -- On the rate of tangential convergence of functions from Hardy spaces, $0 * P. A. H„st” -- Counter-examples of regularity in variable exponent Sobolev spaces
* L. V. Kovalev and D. Opela -- Quasiregular gradient mappings and strong solutions of elliptic equations
* R. S. Krausshar, Y. Qiao, and J. Ryan -- Harmonic, monogenic and hypermonogenic functions on some conformally flat manifolds in $R^n$ arising from special arithmetic groups of the Vahlen group
* J. L. Lewis -- On symmetry and uniform rectifiability arising from some overdetermined elliptic and parabolic boundary conditions
* L. Forzani and D. Maldonado -- Recent progress on the Monge-AmpÅ re equation
* J. Onninen -- Mappings of finite distortion: Future directions and problems
* M. Stawiska -- Riemann-Hurwitz formula and Morse theory
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