A chain rule in L1 (div;Q) and its applications to lower by De Cicco V., De Leoni G.

By De Cicco V., De Leoni G.

A series rule within the house L1 (div;Ω) is acquired lower than vulnerable regularity conditions.This chain rule has very important functions within the research of reduce semicontinuityproblems for basic functionals of the shape ☺Ω f(x, u,∇u) dx with appreciate to powerful convergence in L1 (Ω) . Classical result of Serrin and of De Giorgi, Buttazzo and Dal Maso are prolonged and generalized.

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