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Evaluation of hassle-free functions
Solution of a unmarried nonlinear equation with particular connection with polynomial equations
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Numerical differentiation and quadrature
Ordinary differential equations
Computational difficulties in linear algebra
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Solution of enormous linear structures by way of iterative methods
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Indeed, it has been shown by A. Burchard that the answer is yes for the Steiner symmetrization, (see [40], see also [46] for the one-dimensional case N = 1). On the other hand, F. Almgren and E. Lieb proved that the answer is no for the Schwarz 1,p symmetrization when N 2, that is, there are sequences {un } ⊂ W+ (RN ) such 1,p N 1,p N that un → u in W (R ) but (un ) → u in W (R ) (see [2]). g. [8–11,110,111,93,20,6,7,18,4] and the references cited therein). We also emphasize the survey [115] where fundamental ideas and results are given.

E. on {u v} ∩ H ∩ Ω. From these formulas the assertions follow immediately. 5. Let Ω ⊂ RN be an open set, let H be a halfspace and u ∈ W0+ (Ω) (1 0,1 p < +∞), or u ∈ C0+ (Ω). Then 1,p uH ∈ W0+ (ΩH ), 0,1 respectively uH ∈ C0+ (ΩH ). Rearrangements and applications to symmetry problems in PDE 19 1,p P ROOF. Extending u by zero outside Ω we find that uH ∈ W+ (ΩH ). 1,p 1,p 0,1 0,1 Notice first that if u ∈ C0+ (Ω), then uH ∈ C0+ (ΩH ) ⊂ W0+ (ΩH ). If u ∈ W0+ (Ω), 1,p 0,1 then we choose a sequence {un } ⊂ C0+ (Ω) which converges to u in W0 (Ω).

Moreover, if N > p/(p − 1), Ω = BR for some R > 0, and if f (x) = |x|−p log eR/|x| 1−p , then f ∈ LN/p (Ω ), and again v ∈ / L∞ (Ω ). 3. We finally comment on some extensions and other common rearrangements. e. x ∈ RN −1 , in the same manner as for the class S. 60) holds. t. x1 : Let u : RN → R measurable. e. x ∈ RN −1 . Notice that if u ∈ C(Ω) then the above condition is equivalent to, lim u(x1 , x ) = sup u(·, x ) x1 →∞ ∀x ∈ RN −1 . and lim u(x1 , x ) = inf u(·, x ) x1 →−∞ 36 F. t. x1 , N u (see [72,23]), by N u(x1 , x ) = sup λ ∈ R: x1 > L1 u(·, x ) < λ ∩ R+ 0 − L1 u(·, x ) > λ \ R+ 0 , x ∈ RN .

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