# Aspects of Sobolev-Type Inequalities by Laurent Saloff-Coste PDF

By Laurent Saloff-Coste

This booklet makes a speciality of Poincaré, Nash and different Sobolev-type inequalities and their purposes to the Laplace and warmth diffusion equations on Riemannian manifolds. purposes coated comprise the ultracontractivity of the warmth diffusion semigroup, Gaussian warmth kernel bounds, the Rozenblum-Lieb-Cwikel inequality and elliptic and parabolic Harnack inequalities. Emphasis is put on the position of households of neighborhood Poincaré and Sobolev inequalities. The textual content presents the 1st self contained account of the equivalence among the uniform parabolic Harnack inequality, at the one hand, and the conjunction of the doubling quantity estate and Poincaré's inequality at the different.

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11 Vf II2,B where q = 2n/(n - 2). We also have the Holder inequality, IIfIIP,B _ IIfIIq,BIIfI12,B for any 1

2 (see 38 CHAPTER 2. 2). $). , n) is 1 or 2. 9). 9) which, a priori, is a weaker inequality. 9) is technically convenient when one treats parabolic (versus elliptic) equations.

Hence, for all j = 1, ... , i, up`B'dµ < C(1 Q,B - upio-7-1dµl/ b)-222j (Ii-IB CHAPTER 2. MOSER'S ELLIPTIC HARNACK INEQUALITY 46 where C = 4C,2,(1 + A-4E-2). )e' [C(1 B /J Finally, observe that i-1 (n/2)29t-1 < (n/2)3(9: j)9? < - 1) = (n/2)3(po/pp - 1), 0 t Qt=1- E2-' (1-6)>b, and 8t-1 i-1 (n/2)(po/pt - 1). B' = 9 -1 a This gives 1/po 111 uPOd/ [22(n/2)3C(1 \ (LB 1/pi - b)-2]n(1/p;-1/po)/2 \j u di / ) B that is, uPOd11/po (LB with C= < 1 [C'(1 - 6)-]1/:po UEB uPidµ 1/p 22(n/2)4Cn/2. To obtain the desired inequality for any p E (0, po/9), let i _> 2 be the integer such that pt S p < pi-1.

8). Hence, for all j = 1, ... , i, up`B'dµ < C(1 Q,B - upio-7-1dµl/ b)-222j (Ii-IB CHAPTER 2. MOSER'S ELLIPTIC HARNACK INEQUALITY 46 where C = 4C,2,(1 + A-4E-2). )e' [C(1 B /J Finally, observe that i-1 (n/2)29t-1 < (n/2)3(9: j)9? < - 1) = (n/2)3(po/pp - 1), 0 t Qt=1- E2-' (1-6)>b, and 8t-1 i-1 (n/2)(po/pt - 1). B' = 9 -1 a This gives 1/po 111 uPOd/ [22(n/2)3C(1 \ (LB 1/pi - b)-2]n(1/p;-1/po)/2 \j u di / ) B that is, uPOd11/po (LB with C= < 1 [C'(1 - 6)-]1/:po UEB uPidµ 1/p 22(n/2)4Cn/2. To obtain the desired inequality for any p E (0, po/9), let i _> 2 be the integer such that pt S p < pi-1.