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$H^1(\Omega) \subset L^2(\Omega)$ dense for $\Omega$ a $C^l$ hypersurface with boundary?
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asked | $H^1(\Omega) \subset L^2(\Omega)$ dense for $\Omega$ a $C^l$ hypersurface with boundary? |
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Proof that $L^2(0,T;X)^* = L^2(0,T;X^*)$
@AndrasBatkai Is it as simple as: $L^2(0,T;X)' = L^2(0,T;X) = L^2(0,T;X')$? Where the first equality is by Riesz representation theorem (RRT) for the Bochner space (which is Hilbert), and the second is by RRT for $X$ which is also Hilbert. Would this be a good proof?? (The longer way to do this requires us to show that the map is isometric, which seems difficult to do even in this case.) |
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accepted | Proof that $L^2(0,T;X)^* = L^2(0,T;X^*)$ |
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Proof that $L^2(0,T;X)^* = L^2(0,T;X^*)$
@Andras you are right. But I am interested in more general $X$, but your answers caters for this. Thanks. |
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Proof that $L^2(0,T;X)^* = L^2(0,T;X^*)$
@Wlodzimierz I added some details. These are Bochner spaces. |
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Proof that $L^2(0,T;X)^* = L^2(0,T;X^*)$
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asked | Proof that $L^2(0,T;X)^* = L^2(0,T;X^*)$ |