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1.1. Introductory remarks
1.2. The plan of the book: notation
1.3. Very brief historical remarks
1.4. The Euler equations
1.5. Other classical necessary conditions
1.6. Classical sufficient conditions
1.7. The direct methods
1.8. Lower semicontinuity
1.9. Existence
1.10. The differentiability theory. Introduction
1.11. Differentiability; reduction to linear equations
2.1. Introduction
2.2. Elementary properties of harmonic functions
2.3. Weyl's lemma
2.4. POISSON'S integral formula; elementary functions; GREEN'S functions 43
2.4. Poisson's integral formula; elementary functions; Green's functions
2.5. Potentials
2.6. Generalized potential theory; singular integrals
2.7. The Calderon-Zygmund inequalities
3.1. Definitions and first theorems
3.2. General boundary values; the spaces H^Q{G); weak convergence
3.3. The Dirichlet problem
3.4. Boundary values
3.5. Examples; continuity; some Sobolev lemmas
3.6. Miscellaneous additional results
3.7. Potentials and quasi-potentials; generalizations
4.1. The lower-semicontinuity theorems of Serrin
4.3. The borderline cases k —v
4.4. The general quasi-regular integral
5.1. Introduction
5.2. General theory; v >2
5.3. Extensions of the de Giorgi-Nash-Moser results; v >2
5.5. Lp and Schauder estimates
5.8. Analyticity of the solutions of analytic, non-linear, elliptic equations
5.9. Properties of the extremals; regular cases
5.10. The extremals in the case 1 < A: < 2
5.11. The theory of Ladyzenskaya and Ural'tseva^
5.12. Aclass of non-linear equations
6.1. Introduction
6.2. Interior estimates for general elliptic systems
6.3. Estimates near the boundary; coerciveness
6.4. Weak solutions
6.7. The analyticity of the solutions of analytic nonlinear elliptic- systems
7.2. Fundamentals; the Gaffney-Girding inequality
7.3. The variational method
7.5. Manifolds with boundary
7.6. Differentiability at the boundary
7.7. Potentials; the decomposition theorem
7.8. Boundary value problems
8.1. Introduction
8.2. Results. Examples. The analytic embedding theorem
8.3. Some important formulas
8.4. The Hilbert space results
8.5. The local analysis
8.6. The smoothness results
9.1. Introduction. Parametric integrals
9.2. A lower semi-continuity theorem
9.4. The problem of Plateau
9.5. The general two-dimensional parametric problem
10.2. V surfaces, their boundaries, and their Hausdorff measures
10.4. The minimizing sequence; the minimizing set
10.5. The local topological disc property
10.6. The Reifenberg cone inequality
10.7. The local differentiability
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Multiple Integrals in the Calculus of Variations Oct 2008

Multiple Integrals in the Calculus of Variations Oct 2008

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