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L p spectral theory of higherorder elliptic differential operators
 Bull. London Math. Soc
, 1997
"... 2. Eigenvalues and eigenfunctions 516 2.1 Spectral asymptotics 516 2.2 The isoperimetric problem 518 ..."
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2. Eigenvalues and eigenfunctions 516 2.1 Spectral asymptotics 516 2.2 The isoperimetric problem 518
The Dirichlet problem in Lipschitz domains with boundary data in Besov spaces for higher order elliptic systems with rough coefficients
 J. Analyse Math
"... boundary data in Besov spaces for higher order elliptic systems with rough coefficients ∗ ..."
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boundary data in Besov spaces for higher order elliptic systems with rough coefficients ∗
Spectral theory for perturbed Krein Laplacians in nonsmooth domains
, 2010
"... We study spectral properties for HK,Ω, the Krein–von Neumann extension of the perturbed Laplacian − ∆ + V defined on C ∞ 0 (Ω), where V is measurable, bounded and nonnegative, in a bounded open set Ω ⊂ Rn belonging to a class of nonsmooth domains which contains all convex domains, along with all do ..."
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We study spectral properties for HK,Ω, the Krein–von Neumann extension of the perturbed Laplacian − ∆ + V defined on C ∞ 0 (Ω), where V is measurable, bounded and nonnegative, in a bounded open set Ω ⊂ Rn belonging to a class of nonsmooth domains which contains all convex domains, along with all domains of class C1,r, r> 1/2. In particular, in the aforementioned context we establish the Weyl asymptotic formula #{j ∈ N  λK,Ω,j ≤ λ} = (2π) −n vnΩ  λ n/2 + O ` λ (n−(1/2))/2 ´ as λ → ∞, where vn = πn/2 /Γ((n/2)+1) denotes the volume of the unit ball in Rn, and λK,Ω,j, j ∈ N, are the nonzero eigenvalues of HK,Ω, listed in increasing order according to their multiplicities. We prove this formula by showing that the perturbed Krein Laplacian (i.e., the Krein–von Neumann extension of − ∆ + V defined on C ∞ 0 (Ω)) is spectrally equivalent to the buckling of a clamped plate problem, and using an abstract result of Kozlov from the mid 1980’s. Our work builds on that of Grubb in the early 1980’s, who has considered similar issues for elliptic operators in smooth domains, and shows that the question posed by Alonso and Simon in 1980 pertaining to the validity of the above Weyl asymptotic formula continues to have an affirmative answer in this nonsmooth setting. We also study certain exteriortype domains Ω = Rn \K, n ≥ 3, with K ⊂ Rn compact and vanishing
Boundedness of the Hessian of a biharmonic function in a convex domain
, 2006
"... We consider the Dirichlet problem for the biharmonic equation on an arbitrary convex domain and prove that the second derivatives of the variational solution are bounded in all dimensions. 1 ..."
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We consider the Dirichlet problem for the biharmonic equation on an arbitrary convex domain and prove that the second derivatives of the variational solution are bounded in all dimensions. 1
Geometric and transformational properties of Lipschitz domains, SemmesKenigToro domains, and other classes of finite perimeter domains
 Journal of Geometric Analysis
, 2007
"... In the first part of this paper we give intrinsic characterizations of the classes of Lipschitz and C 1 domains. Under some mild, necessary, background hypotheses (of topological and geometric measure theoretic nature), we show that a domain is Lipschitz if and only if it has a continuous transversa ..."
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In the first part of this paper we give intrinsic characterizations of the classes of Lipschitz and C 1 domains. Under some mild, necessary, background hypotheses (of topological and geometric measure theoretic nature), we show that a domain is Lipschitz if and only if it has a continuous transversal vector field. We also show that if the geometric measure theoretic unit normal of the domain is continuous, then the domain in question is of class C 1. In the second part of the paper, we study the invariance of various classes of domains of locally finite perimeter under biLipschitz and C 1 diffeomorphisms of the Euclidean space. In particular, we prove that the class of bounded regular SKT domains (previously called chordarc domains with vanishing constant, in the literature) is stable under C 1 diffeomorphisms. A number of other applications are also presented. 1
On estimates of biharmonic functions on Lipschitz and convex domains, preprint. ————————————– Svitlana Mayboroda Department of Mathematics, The Ohio State University, 231 W 18th Av
 svitlana@math.ohiostate.edu Vladimir Maz’ya Department of Mathematics, The Ohio State University
"... Abstract. Using Maz’ya type integral identities with power weights, we obtain new boundary estimates for biharmonic functions on Lipschitz and convex domains in R n. For n ≥ 8, combined with a result in [S2], these estimates lead to the solvability of the L p Dirichlet problem for the biharmonic equ ..."
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Abstract. Using Maz’ya type integral identities with power weights, we obtain new boundary estimates for biharmonic functions on Lipschitz and convex domains in R n. For n ≥ 8, combined with a result in [S2], these estimates lead to the solvability of the L p Dirichlet problem for the biharmonic equation on Lipschitz domains for a new range of p. In the case of convex domains, the estimates allow us to show that the L p Dirichlet problem is uniquely solvable for any 2 − ε < p < ∞ and n ≥ 4. 1.
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"... The Dirichlet problem in Lipschitz domains with boundary data in Besov spaces for higher order elliptic systems with rough coefficients ∗ V. Maz’ya, M. Mitrea and T. Shaposhnikova ..."
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The Dirichlet problem in Lipschitz domains with boundary data in Besov spaces for higher order elliptic systems with rough coefficients ∗ V. Maz’ya, M. Mitrea and T. Shaposhnikova
ON THE BIHARMONIC DIRICHLET PROBLEM: THE HIGHER DIMENSIONAL CASE
, 2001
"... Abstract. We address the question for existence and uniqueness for the biharmonic equation on Lipschitz domains. In particular for the Dirichlet biharmonic problem on D ⊂ R n, we show solvability for data in L p, 2 − < p < 2(n − 1)/(n − 3)+. This result complements known counterexamples due to ..."
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Abstract. We address the question for existence and uniqueness for the biharmonic equation on Lipschitz domains. In particular for the Dirichlet biharmonic problem on D ⊂ R n, we show solvability for data in L p, 2 − < p < 2(n − 1)/(n − 3)+. This result complements known counterexamples due to Mazy’aNazarovPlamenevskii and VerchotaPipher, and is thus sharp at least in dimensions four and five. 1.
A SURVEY ON THE KREIN–VON NEUMANN EXTENSION, THE CORRESPONDING ABSTRACT BUCKLING PROBLEM, AND WEYLTYPE SPECTRAL ASYMPTOTICS FOR PERTURBED KREIN LAPLACIANS IN NONSMOOTH DOMAINS
, 2012
"... In the first (and abstract) part of this survey we prove the unitary equivalence of the inverse of the Krein–von Neumann extension (on the orthogonal complement of its kernel) of a densely defined, closed, strictly positive operator, S ≥ εIH for some ε> 0 in a Hilbert space H to an abstract buck ..."
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In the first (and abstract) part of this survey we prove the unitary equivalence of the inverse of the Krein–von Neumann extension (on the orthogonal complement of its kernel) of a densely defined, closed, strictly positive operator, S ≥ εIH for some ε> 0 in a Hilbert space H to an abstract buckling problem operator. In the concrete case where S = −∆  C ∞ 0 (Ω) in L2 (Ω; dnx) for Ω ⊂ Rn an open, bounded (and sufficiently regular) domain, this recovers, as a particular case of a general result due to G. Grubb, that the eigenvalue problem for the Krein Laplacian SK (i.e., the Krein–von Neumann extension of S), SKv = λv, λ ̸ = 0, is in onetoone correspondence with the problem of the buckling of a clamped plate, where u and v are related via the pair of formulas (−∆) 2 u = λ(−∆)u in Ω, λ ̸ = 0, u ∈ H 2 0 (Ω), u = S −1 F (−∆)v, v = λ−1 (−∆)u, with SF the Friedrichs extension of S. This establishes