Communications in Mathematical Physics - Volume 229 by M. Aizenman (Chief Editor)

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Let ker(LD ) be the space of solutions of the Dirichlet problem for the equation Lu = 0 in C. This space is finite dimensional. We introduce a space L = {φ(x ) ∈ L2 (Tn−1 ) : φ(x ) = ∂ν u(−π, x ) for some u ∈ ker(LD )}. 4) Notice that, in this definition, one can replace −π by π because the operator L is invariant under the reflection x1 → −x1 . 5) is solvable if and only if ψ ⊥ L. 5) is solvable then its solution is not unique, but one can find the unique solution that satisfies an additional constraint ∂ν u(−π, x ) ⊥ L.

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