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By David R. Adams (auth.), B. Dahlberg, R. Fefferman, Carlos Kenig, Eugene Fabes, David Jerison, J. Pipher (eds.)

ISBN-10: 1461228980

ISBN-13: 9781461228981

ISBN-10: 1461277124

ISBN-13: 9781461277125

In contemporary years there was loads of task in either the theoretical and utilized elements of partial differential equations, with emphasis on practical engineering functions, which generally contain loss of smoothness. On March 21-25, 1990, the collage of Chicago hosted a workshop that introduced jointly nearly fortyfive specialists in theoretical and utilized facets of those topics. The workshop was once a car for summarizing the present prestige of study in those components, and for outlining new instructions for destiny growth - this quantity comprises articles from members of the workshop.

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H,k". 2. Let l:18U(X, Yi h, k) We de:6ne: = u(x + h, y + k) D8 ( u u(x + h, y - k) - u(x - h, y + k) + u(x - h, y - k). U(X,Yi h,k) X,y - dr:!. 4hk . h,k". If ! E C 2(R2), then both of these agree with the mixed partial derivative. (X"y) for all (x,y). However, these need not always coincide. Our concern in this paper is to whether one can still conclude that u( x, y) = A( x) + B(lI) if either Du == 0 or D·u == O. A theorem due to B8ge1(3) says that if the unsymmetric generalized mixed partial Du( x, y) = 0 for all (x, y) E R 2 26 then u(x, y) = A(x)+B(y).

Since Theorem A holds for any planar domain of finite area we have that (IU) is strictly stronger than the lifetime estimate. The connection between (IU) and conditioned Brownian motion seem to have been first explicitly noticed in Banuelos and Davis [4]. In this paper, which was inspired by the results of [14] and [16], it is proved that even though an arbitrary planar domain of finite area may not be (IU) it is what one may call "one half (IU)" in the following sense: Fix y ED. £ ml' ymxE D .

Fenn. A L Math 14 (1989), pp. 47-55. MANFREDI, J. , On the Fatou Theorem for p-harmonic functions, Comm. in PDE 13(6) (1988), pp. 651-688. LIFETIME AND HEAT KERNEL ESTIMATES IN NON-SMOOTH DOMAINS RODRIGO BANUELOS* o. INTRODUCTION Let D be a domain in Rn, n ~ 2, and let B t be Brownian motion in D with lifetime TD. The transition probabilities for this motion are given by the Dirichlet heat kernel PP(x, y) for t~ in D. If h is a positive harmonic function in D the Doob h-process, the Brownian motion conditioned by h, is determined by the following transition functions: h 1 D Pt (x,y) = h(x{t (x,y)h(y).

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