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Feb 17 |
accepted | Fundamental solution to the heat equation with zero boundary values |
Feb 17 |
asked | Fundamental solution to the heat equation with zero boundary values |
Feb 2 |
asked | Eigenvalues to Dirichlet Laplacian in hyperbolic plane |
Jan 27 |
accepted | holomorphic continuation |
Jan 26 |
asked | holomorphic continuation |
Dec 1 |
accepted | Formula for the Perimeter of a spherical triangle? |
Dec 1 |
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Formula for the Perimeter of a spherical triangle?
Thanks for your help! This is a nice formula. In my understanding this formula doesn't work for triangles with any of its lengths $\ell_i>\pi$. Do you agree or am I missing something? |
Dec 1 |
asked | Formula for the Perimeter of a spherical triangle? |
Sep 7 |
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Boundary regularity of Dirichlet Eigenfunction on bounded domains
Thank you very much! @Christian: Why should there be a problem? Do you have an exceptional situation in mind? |
Sep 6 |
asked | Boundary regularity of Dirichlet Eigenfunction on bounded domains |
Aug 7 |
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construction of heat kernels for non-compact manifolds with boundary
Did you find an answer to your question in meanwhile? I'm wondering, if one can construct the dirichlet heat kernel for unbounded domains with boundary this way (e.g. unbounded domains in euclidean space). |
Aug 4 |
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Existence of the Dirichlet heat kernel for arbitrary open subsets?
@Chrisitan: Thank you! What do you mean by $e^{t\Delta}$? In my experience this symbol occurs in two situations. First in the context of 'continuous functional calculus'. And second in the theory of 'strongly continuous semigroups'. Maybe all of them correspond to the same operator, but I'm not sure. I would be very glad, if you can explain it to me? |
Aug 3 |
accepted | How to evaluate the wiener measure of sets? |
Aug 3 |
asked | Existence of the Dirichlet heat kernel for arbitrary open subsets? |
Jul 14 |
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How to evaluate the wiener measure of sets?
Thank you very much for your help! I have to think some time about your approach and probably will tell you whether it helps. |
Jul 14 |
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How to evaluate the wiener measure of sets?
@Nate Eldredge: I want to know the measure of the set G (which I wrote down above), which is quite explicit. Don"t you think so? |
Jul 14 |
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How to evaluate the wiener measure of sets?
@Kjos-Hanssen: Why do you mean the set can't be a Borel set? |
Jul 14 |
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How to evaluate the wiener measure of sets?
@Martin Hairer: Thank you very much for your comment. I will consider the construction via Kolmogorov soon. But I'm not a probabilist. |
Jul 13 |
asked | How to evaluate the wiener measure of sets? |
May 8 |
accepted | The first eigenvalue of the Schrödinger operator is simple. |