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Carlsson, Linus

Umeå University, Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics.

An equivalence to the Gleason problem2010In: Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, ISSN 0022-247X, E-ISSN 1096-0813, Vol. 370, no 2, p. 373-378Article in journal (Refereed)

Abstract [en]

In this article we study the Gleason problem locally. A new method for solving the Gleason A problem is presented. This is done by showing an equivalent statement to the Gleason A problem. In order to prove this statement, necessary and a sufficient conditions for a bounded domain to have the Gleason A property are found. Also an example of a bounded but not smoothly-bounded domain in C(n) is given, which satisfies the sufficient condition at the origin, and hence has the Gleason A property there.

We establish new analytic results for a general class of rational spectral problems. They arise e.g. in modelling photonic crystals whose capability to control the flow of light depends on specific features of the eigenvalues. Our results comprise a complete spectral analysis including variational principles and two-sided bounds for all eigenvalues, as well as numerical implementations. They apply to the eigenvalues between the poles where classical variational principles fail completely. In the application to multi-pole Lorentz models of permittivity functions we show, in particular, that our abstract two-sided eigenvalue estimates are optimal and we derive explicit bounds on the band gap above a Lorentz pole. A high order finite element method (FEM) is used to compute the two-sided bounds for a selection of eigenvalues for several concrete Lorentz models, e.g. polaritonic materials and multi-pole models.

This contribution is concerned with Gumbel limiting results for supremum M-n = sup(t epsilon[0,Tn])X(n)(t)vertical bar with X (n) ,n epsilon N-2 centered Gaussian random fields with continuous trajectories. We show first the convergence of a related point process to a Poisson point process thereby extending previous results obtained in [8] for Gaussian processes. Furthermore, we derive Gumbel limit results for M-n as n -> infinity and show a second-order approximation for E{M-n(p)}(1/p) for any p >= 1.

We study the problem of approximating plurisubharmonic functions on a bounded domain Omega by continuous plurisubharmonic functions defined on neighborhoods of (Omega) over bar. It turns out that this problem can be linked to the problem of solving a Dirichlet type problem for functions plurisubharmonic on the compact set (Omega) over bar in the sense of Poletsky. A stronger notion of hyperconvexity is introduced to fully utilize this connection, and we show that for this class of domains the duality between the two problems is perfect. In this setting, we give a characterization of plurisubharmonic boundary values, and prove some theorems regarding the approximation of plurisubharmonic functions.

Wavelets of Haar type of higher order m on self-similar fractals were introduced by the author in J. Fourier Anal. Appl. 4 (1998) 329–340. These are piecewise polynomials of degree m instead of piecewise constants. It was shown that for certain totally disconnected fractals, spaces of functions defined on the fractal may be characterized by means of the magnitude of the wavelet coefficients of the functions. In this paper, the study of these wavelets is continued. It is shown that also in the case when the fractals are not totally disconnected, the wavelets can be used to study regularity properties of functions. In particular, the self-similar sets considered can be, e.g., an interval in R or a cube in Rn. It turns out that it is natural to use Haar wavelets of higher order also in these classical cases, and many of the results in the paper are new also for these sets.

In this paper we shall consider two types of vector ordering on the vector space of differences of negative plurisubharmonic functions, and the problem whether it is possible to construct supremum and infimum. Then we consider two different approaches to define the complex Monge-Ampere operator on these vector spaces, and we solve some Dirichlet problems. We end this paper by stating and discussing some open problems.

Umeå University, Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics.

Cegrell, Urban

Umeå University, Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics.

Phạm, Hoàng Hiệp

Monge-Ampère measures on subvarieties2015In: Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, ISSN 0022-247X, E-ISSN 1096-0813, Vol. 423, p. 94-105Article in journal (Refereed)

Abstract [en]

In this article we address the question whether the complex Monge-Ampere equation is solvable for measures with large singular part. We prove that under some conditions there is no solution when the right-hand side is carried by a smooth subvariety in C-n of dimension k < n.

Let p>0, and let Ep denote the cone of negative plurisubharmonic functions with finite pluricomplex p-energy. We prove that the vector space δEp=Ep−Ep, with the vector ordering induced by the cone Ep is σ-Dedekind complete, and equipped with a suitable quasi-norm it is a non-separable quasi-Banach space with a decomposition property with control of the quasi-norm. Furthermore, we explicitly characterize its topological dual. The cone Ep in the quasi-normed space δEp is closed, generating, and has empty interior.