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Authors:Aliaga; Ramón J., Noûs, Camille, Petitjean, Colin, Procházka, Antonín Pages: 1683 - 1699 Abstract: We prove a general principle satisfied by weakly precompact sets of Lipschitz-free spaces. By this principle, certain infinite dimensional phenomena in Lipschitz-free spaces over general metric spaces may be reduced to the same phenomena in free spaces over their compact subsets. As easy consequences we derive several new and some known results. The main new results are: is weakly sequentially complete for every superreflexive Banach space , and has the Schur property and the approximation property for every scattered complete metric space . PubDate: 2021-12-08 DOI: 10.1017/prm.2020.67

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Authors:Burczak; Jan, Ożański, Wojciech S., Seregin, Gregory Pages: 1869 - 1892 Abstract: We show local higher integrability of derivative of a suitable weak solution to the surface growth model, provided a scale-invariant quantity is locally bounded. If additionally our scale-invariant quantity is small, we prove local smoothness of solutions. PubDate: 2021-03-09 DOI: 10.1017/prm.2020.84

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Authors:Pavešić; Petar Pages: 2013 - 2029 Abstract: We use some detailed knowledge of the cohomology ring of real Grassmann manifolds Gk(ℝn) to compute zero-divisor cup-length and estimate topological complexity of motion planning for k-linear subspaces in ℝn. In addition, we obtain results about monotonicity of Lusternik–Schnirelmann category and topological complexity of Gk(ℝn) as a function of n. PubDate: 2021-01-12 DOI: 10.1017/prm.2020.92

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Authors:Leonenko; Nikolai, Macci, Claudio, Pacchiarotti, Barbara Pages: 2030 - 2050 Abstract: We consider a class of tempered subordinators, namely a class of subordinators with one-dimensional marginal tempered distributions which belong to a family studied in [3]. The main contribution in this paper is a non-central moderate deviations result. More precisely we mean a class of large deviation principles that fill the gap between the (trivial) weak convergence of some non-Gaussian identically distributed random variables to their common law, and the convergence of some other related random variables to a constant. Some other minor results concern large deviations for the inverse of the tempered subordinators considered in this paper; actually, in some results, these inverse processes appear as random time-changes of other independent processes. PubDate: 2021-01-08 DOI: 10.1017/prm.2020.95

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Authors:Caraballo; Tomás, Guo, Boling, Tuan, Nguyen Huy, Wang, Renhai Pages: 1700 - 1730 Abstract: This paper is concerned with the asymptotic behaviour of solutions to a class of non-autonomous stochastic nonlinear wave equations with dispersive and viscosity dissipative terms driven by operator-type noise defined on the entire space . The existence, uniqueness, time-semi-uniform compactness and asymptotically autonomous robustness of pullback random attractors are proved in when the growth rate of the nonlinearity has a subcritical range, the density of the noise is suitably controllable, and the time-dependent force converges to a time-independent function in some sense. The main difficulty to establish the time-semi-uniform pullback asymptotic compactness of the solutions in is caused by the lack of compact Sobolev embeddings on , as well as the weak dissipativeness of the equations is surmounted at light of the idea of uniform tail-estimates and a spectral decomposition approach. The measurability of random attractors is proved by using an argument which considers two attracting universes developed by Wang and Li (Phys. D 382: 46–57, 2018). PubDate: 2020-11-05 DOI: 10.1017/prm.2020.77

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Authors:Chlouveraki; M., Goundaroulis, D., Kontogeorgis, A., Lambropoulou, S. Pages: 1731 - 1757 Abstract: The Jones polynomial is a famous link invariant that can be defined diagrammatically via a skein relation. Khovanov homology is a richer link invariant that categorifies the Jones polynomial. Using spectral sequences, we obtain a skein-type relation satisfied by the Khovanov homology. Thanks to this relation, we are able to generalize the Khovanov homology in order to obtain a categorification of the θ-invariant, which is itself a generalization of the Jones polynomial. PubDate: 2020-11-05 DOI: 10.1017/prm.2020.78

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Authors:Choi; Yemon Pages: 1758 - 1767 Abstract: Non-amenability of has been surprisingly difficult to prove for the classical Banach spaces, but is now known for E = ℓp and E = Lp for all 1 ⩽ p < ∞. However, the arguments are rather indirect: the proof for L1 goes via non-amenability of and a transference principle developed by Daws and Runde (Studia Math., 2010).In this note, we provide a short proof that and some of its subalgebras are non-amenable, which completely bypasses all of this machinery. Our approach is based on classical properties of the ideal of representable operators on L1, and shows that is not even approximately amenable. PubDate: 2020-11-06 DOI: 10.1017/prm.2020.79

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Authors:Barceló; J. A., Folch-Gabayet, M., Luque, T., Pérez-Esteva, S., Vilela, M. C. Pages: 1768 - 1789 Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to characterize the entire solutions of the homogeneous Helmholtz equation (solutions in ℝd) arising from the Fourier extension operator of distributions in Sobolev spaces of the sphere with α ∈ ℝ. We present two characterizations. The first one is written in terms of certain L2-weighted norms involving real powers of the spherical Laplacian. The second one is in the spirit of the classical description of the Herglotz wave functions given by P. Hartman and C. Wilcox. For α> 0 this characterization involves a multivariable square function evaluated in a vector of entire solutions of the Helmholtz equation, while for α < 0 it is written in terms of an spherical integral operator acting as a fractional integration operator. Finally, we also characterize all the solutions that are the Fourier extension operator of distributions in the sphere. PubDate: 2020-11-16 DOI: 10.1017/prm.2020.80

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Authors:Khukhro; E. I., Shumyatsky, P. Pages: 1790 - 1814 Abstract: A right Engel sink of an element g of a group G is a set such that for every x ∈ G all sufficiently long commutators belong to . (Thus, g is a right Engel element precisely when we can choose .) It is proved that if every element of a compact (Hausdorff) group G has a countable right Engel sink, then G has a finite normal subgroup N such that G/N is locally nilpotent. PubDate: 2020-11-13 DOI: 10.1017/prm.2020.81

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Authors:Matioc; Bogdan–Vasile, Prokert, Georg Pages: 1815 - 1845 Abstract: We study the two-phase Stokes flow driven by surface tension with two fluids of equal viscosity, separated by an asymptotically flat interface with graph geometry. The flow is assumed to be two-dimensional with the fluids filling the entire space. We prove well-posedness and parabolic smoothing in Sobolev spaces up to critical regularity. The main technical tools are an analysis of nonlinear singular integral operators arising from the hydrodynamic single-layer potential and abstract results on nonlinear parabolic evolution equations. PubDate: 2020-12-02 DOI: 10.1017/prm.2020.82

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Authors:Lee; Hyunjin, Suh, Young Jin Pages: 1846 - 1868 Abstract: First we introduce the notion of parallel Ricci tensor for real hypersurfaces in the complex quadric Qm = SOm+2/SOmSO2 and show that the unit normal vector field N is singular. Next we give a new classification of real hypersurfaces in the complex quadric Qm = SOm+2/SOmSO2 with parallel Ricci tensor. PubDate: 2020-11-18 DOI: 10.1017/prm.2020.83

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Authors:Delladio; Silvano Pages: 1893 - 1919 Abstract: We prove a Lusin type theorem for a certain class of linear partial differential operators G(D), reducing to [1, Theorem 1] when G(D) is the gradient. Moreover, we describe the structure of the set {G(D)f = F}, under assumptions of non-integrability on F, in terms of lower dimensional rectifiability and superdensity. Applications to Maxwell type system and to multivariable Cauchy–Riemann system are provided. PubDate: 2020-11-26 DOI: 10.1017/prm.2020.85

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Authors:Manna; Ramesh, Verma, Ram Baran Pages: 1920 - 1953 Abstract: In this article, we prove the continuity of the horizontal gradient near a C1,Dini non-characteristic portion of the boundary for solutions to perturbations of horizontal Laplaceans as in (1.1) below, where the scalar term is in scaling critical Lorentz space L(Q, 1) with Q being the homogeneous dimension of the group. This result can be thought of both as a sharpening of the boundary regularity result in [4] as well as a subelliptic analogue of the main result in [1] restricted to linear equations. PubDate: 2020-12-02 DOI: 10.1017/prm.2020.86

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Authors:Liang; Zhilei Pages: 1954 - 1971 Abstract: This paper concerns the energy conservation for the weak solutions of the compressible Navier–Stokes equations. Assume that the density is positively bounded, we work on the regularity assumption on the gradient of the velocity, and establish a Lp–Ls type condition for the energy equality to hold in the distributional sense in time. We mention that no regularity assumption on the density derivative is needed any more. PubDate: 2020-12-11 DOI: 10.1017/prm.2020.87

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Authors:Li; Min, Xiang, Zhaoyin Pages: 1972 - 2012 Abstract: In this paper, we investigate the fast signal diffusion limit of solutions of the fully parabolic Keller–Segel–Stokes system to solution of the parabolic–elliptic-fluid counterpart in a two-dimensional or three-dimensional bounded domain with smooth boundary. Under the natural volume-filling assumption, we establish an algebraic convergence rate of the fast signal diffusion limit for general large initial data by developing a series of subtle bootstrap arguments for combinational functionals and using some maximal regularities. In our current setting, in particular, we can remove the restriction to asserting convergence only along some subsequence in Wang–Winkler and the second author (Cal. Var., 2019). PubDate: 2020-12-23 DOI: 10.1017/prm.2020.88

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Authors:Bárány; Balázs, Simon, Károly, Kolossváry, István, Rams, Michał Pages: 2051 - 2081 Abstract: This paper considers self-conformal iterated function systems (IFSs) on the real line whose first level cylinders overlap. In the space of self-conformal IFSs, we show that generically (in topological sense) if the attractor of such a system has Hausdorff dimension less than 1 then it has zero appropriate dimensional Hausdorff measure and its Assouad dimension is equal to 1. Our main contribution is in showing that if the cylinders intersect then the IFS generically does not satisfy the weak separation property and hence, we may apply a recent result of Angelevska, Käenmäki and Troscheit. This phenomenon holds for transversal families (in particular for the translation family) typically, in the self-similar case, in both topological and in measure theoretical sense, and in the more general self-conformal case in the topological sense. PubDate: 2020-12-15 DOI: 10.1017/prm.2020.89