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Varying domains: Stability of the Dirichlet and the Poisson problem

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  • For $\Omega$ a bounded open set in $\R^N$ we consider the space $H^1_0(\bar{\Omega})=${$u_{|_{\Omega}}: u \in H^1(\R^N):$ $u(x)=0$ a.e. outside $\bar{\Omega}$}. The set $\Omega$ is called stable if $H^1_0(\Omega)=H^1_0(\bar{\Omega})$. Stability of $\Omega$ can be characterised by the convergence of the solutions of the Poisson equation

    $ -\Delta u_n = f$ in $D(\Omega_n)^$´, $ u_n \in H^1_0(\Omega_n)$

    and also the Dirichlet Problem with respect to $\Omega_n$ if $\Omega_n$ converges to $\Omega$ in a sense to be made precise. We give diverse results in this direction, all with purely analytical tools not referring to abstract potential theory as in Hedberg's survey article [Expo. Math. 11 (1993), 193--259]. The most complete picture is obtained when $\Omega$ is supposed to be Dirichlet regular. However, stability does not imply Dirichlet regularity as Lebesgue's cusp shows.

    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 35J05, Secondary: 31B05.


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