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Seminario: Martedì 12 dicembre ore 14, Prof.ssa Iwona Skrzypczak "Absense of Lavrentiev's phenomenon meets renormalized solutions. The Musielak-Orlicz case" (serie di Analisi Matematica)

Iwona Skrzypczak

Martedì 12 dicembre alle ore 14:00, presso l'Aula B del Plesso di Matematica, la Prof.ssa Iwona SkrzypczakMIMUW (Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics, and Mechanics, University of Warsaw) e IMPAN (Institute of Mathematics, Polish Academy of Sciences), terrà un seminario dal titolo

Absense of Lavrentiev's phenomenon meets renormalized solutions. The Musielak-Orlicz case

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Organizzatori: Proff. Alessandra Lunardi e Giampiero Palatucci


We investigate a general nonlinear elliptic and parabolic equation with $L^1$-data in the anisotropic Musielak-Orlicz space avoiding growth restrictions. The growth of the monotone vector field is controlled by a generalized nonhomogeneous and anisotropic N-function. We do not assume any particular type of growth condition of M or its conjugate M^* and therefore the spaces we deal with are not reflexive.

The main results are existence and uniqueness of renormalized solutions to the above general elliptic and parabolic equations. As a main tool we provide density of smooth functions in modular topology. The condition we impose is certain type of regularity of $M(x,\xi)$ capturing interplay between behavior of $M$ for big $|\xi|$ and small changes of and space variables. Retrieving the known optimal results we exclude the Lavrentiev phenomenon in the variable exponent spaces under asymptotical log-H\"older continuity assumption and in the double-phase space within the sharp range of parameters.

In order to get existence, the regularity assumption can be simply skipped not only in the Orlicz case ($M(x,\xi)=M(\xi)$), but also in reflexive spaces (e.g. if $M,M^*\in\Delta_2$), that is among others in the variable exponent, weighted Sobolev and the double phase space, no matter how irregular the exponent or the weights are.

Pubblicato Giovedì, 7 Dicembre, 2017 - 11:46 | ultima modifica Giovedì, 7 Dicembre, 2017 - 11:58