Aspects of Bounded Integral Operators in L^p Spaces by G.O. Okikiolu

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4) by a test function v ∈ H02 (Ω) and integrating by parts, we get Optimal Control of a Biharmonic Obstacle Problem Ω ∆uδk ∆v dx = − 1 δ Ω 13 β(uδk − ψk )v dx. 16) and the fact that β is continuous, we have Ω β(uδk − ψk )v dx → β(uδ − ψ δ )v dx Ω as k → ∞. 17), we obtain ∆uδ ∆v dx = − Ω 1 δ β(uδ − ψ δ )v dx. , uδ = Tδ (ψ δ ). We show that ψ δ is optimal for Jδ . Indeed, we have inf Jδ (ψ) = lim Jδ (ψk ) ψ∈V k→∞ 1 2 1 2 Tδ (ψ δ ) − z 2 1 lim 2 k→∞ dx + Ω Tδ (ψ δ ) − z 2 1 2 dx + Ω |∇∆ψk |2 dx Ω |∇∆ψ δ |2 dx = Jδ (ψ δ ).

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Suppose that u is a positive superharmonic function on D satisfying the Harnack property with respect to {Qj , Q∗j }. If E ⊂ Qj , then   u(xj )2 γu (E) ≈ log(4 diam(Qj )/Cap(E))  u(xj )2 Cap(E) for n = 2, for n 3. In particular, γu (Qj ) ≈ σu (Qj ) ≈ u(xj )2 diam(Qj )n−2 for n The Hardy inequality leads to the following assertion. 2. 3. Let D satisfy the capacity density condition, and let {Qj } be the Whitney decomposition of D with doubles {Q∗j }. Suppose that u is a positive superharmonic function on D satisfying the Harnack property with respect to {Qj , Q∗j }.

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