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A 'conjecture' on critical elliptic pde
Craig, thanks for telling me this technique. I also realized that the answer should be straight forward from the known result. Assume $u$ is a solution to the problem (with certain regularity, for example, $C^1$), then extend $u$ by zero to the whole space, then we must have $u=0$ by the characterization of solutions to the cauchy problem $\Delta u+u^5=0$ in $\mathbb{R}^3$. |
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accepted | A 'conjecture' on critical elliptic pde |
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A 'conjecture' on critical elliptic pde
Yes, I want zero boundary condition. |
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asked | A 'conjecture' on critical elliptic pde |
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asked | A critical elliptic PDE |
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awarded | Student |
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asked | Best constant of Gagliardo-Nirenberg inequality in exterier domain |