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Mathematics - Analysis | Lectures on Mappings of Finite Distortion

Lectures on Mappings of Finite Distortion

Series: Lecture Notes in Mathematics, Vol. 2096

Hencl, Stanislav, Koskela, Pekka

2014, XI, 176 p. 4 illus.

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  • Self-contained introduction to an active, important and interesting field of research
  • Includes an Appendix with several basic results on Real Analysis, theory of Sobolev functions and Geometric Measure Theory
  • Suitable for any PhD student looking for an introduction to the subject
In this book we introduce the class of mappings of finite distortion as a generalization of the class of mappings of bounded distortion. Connections with models of nonlinear elasticity are also discussed. We study continuity properties, behavior of our mappings on null sets, topological properties like openness and discreteness, regularity of the potential inverse mappings and many other aspects.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » 30C65, 46E35, 26B10 - Mapping of finite distortion - Quasiconformal mapping - Sobolev space

Related subjects » Analysis - Dynamical Systems & Differential Equations

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