# P. -A. Lindqvist

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## Pub CategoriesMathematics - Analysis of PDEs (17) Physics - Biological Physics (1) Mathematics - Functional Analysis (1) Physics - Soft Condensed Matter (1) Physics - Space Physics (1) Physics - Plasma Physics (1) Solar and Stellar Astrophysics (1) |

## Publications Authored By P. -A. Lindqvist

**Authors:**S. Y. Huang, F. Sahraoui, Z. G. Yuan, J. S. He, J. S. Zhao, O. Le Contel, X. H. Deng, M. Zhou, H. S. Fu, Y. Pang, Q. Q. Shi, B. Lavraud, J. Yang, D. D. Wang, X. D. Yu, C. J. Pollock, B. L. Giles, R. B. Torbert, C. T. Russell, K. A. Goodrich, D. J. Gershman, T. E. Moore, R. E. Ergun, Y. V. Khotyaintsev, P. -A. Lindqvist, R. J. Strangeway, W. Magnes, K. Bromund, H. Leinweber, F. Plaschke, B. J. Anderson, J. L. Burch

We report the observations of an electron vortex magnetic hole corresponding to a new type of coherent structures in the magnetosheath turbulent plasma using the Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) mission data. The magnetic hole is characterized by a magnetic depression, a density peak, a total electron temperature increase (with a parallel temperature decrease but a perpendicular temperature increase), and strong currents carried by the electrons. The current has a dip in the center of the magnetic hole and a peak in the outer region of the magnetic hole. Read More

We study the Evolutionary p-Laplace Equation in the singular case 1 < p < 2. We prove that a weak solution has a time derivative in Sobolev's sense and that the time derivative is locally summable to some power > 1. Read More

The p-harmonic functions are preserved under reflections in spheres only if the exponent p > 1 is equal to the dimension of the underlying Euclidean space. In the linear case p = 2 the Kelvin transform corrects this lack of invariance. We shall show that the Kelvin transform has no reasonable counterpart for general values of the exponent p. Read More

We study the Dirichlet problem for non-homogeneous equations involving the fractional $p$-Laplacian. We apply Perron's method and prove Wiener's resolutivity theorem. Read More

The time derivative (in the sense of distributions) of the solutions to the Evolutionary p-Laplace Equation is proved to be a function in a local Lebesgue space. Read More

We study unbounded (viscosity) supersolutions of the Evolutionary p-Laplace Equation in the slow diffusion case. The supersolutions fall into two widely different classes, depending on whether they are locally summable to the power p-2 or not. Also the Porous Medium Equation is studied. Read More

These notes are written up after my lectures at the University of Pittsburgh in March 2014 and at Tsinghua University in May 2014. My objective is the $\infty$-Laplace Equation, a marvellous kin to the ordinary Laplace Equation. The $\infty$-Laplace Equation has delightful counterparts to the Dirichlet integral, the Mean Value Theorem, the Brownian Motion, Harnack's Inequality and so on. Read More

We study the p-Laplace equation in the plane and prove that the mean value property holds directly for the solutions themselves. This removes the need to interpret the formula in the viscosity sense via test functions. The method is based on the hodograph representation. Read More

We study unbounded "supersolutions" of the Evolutionary $p$-Laplace equation with slow diffusion. They are the same functions as the viscosity supersolutions. A fascinating dichotomy prevails: either they are locally summable to the power $p-1+\tfrac{n}{p}-0$ or not summable to the power $p-2+0. Read More

This work extends Perron's method for the porous medium equation in the slow diffusion case. The main result shows that nonnegative continuous boundary functions are resolutive in a general cylindrical domain. Read More

We study the regularity of the $p$-Poisson equation
$$
\Delta_p u = h, \quad h\in L^q
$$ in the plane. In the case $p>2$ and $2Read More

A highly nonlinear eigenvalue problem is studied in a Sobolev space with variable exponent. The Euler-Lagrange equation for the minimization of a Rayleigh quotient of two Luxemburg norms is derived. The asymptotic case with a "variable infinity" is treated. Read More

**Category:**Mathematics - Analysis of PDEs

We study a non-local eigenvalue problem related to the fractional Sobolev spaces for large values of p and derive the limit equation as p goes to infinity. Its viscosity solutions have many interesting properties and the eigenvalues exhibit a strange behaviour. Keywords: eigenvalue, non-local equation, non-linear equation Read More

The stability for the viscosity solutions of a differential equation with a perturbation term added to the Infinity-Laplace Operator is studied. This is the so-called Infinity-Laplace Equation with variable exponent infinity. An approximation of the identity is crucial for the proofs. Read More

We study the obstacle problem for the Evolutionary p-Laplace Equation when the obstacle is discontinuous and without regularity in the time variable. Two quite different procedures yield the same solution. Read More

I prove that the time derivative for the solution of the obstacle problem related to the Evolutionary p-Laplace Equation exists in Sobolev's sense, provided that the given obstacle is smooth enough. We keep p > 2. Read More

We give a simple proof of Hardy's inequality, based on the logarithmic Caccioppoli estimate for p-superharmonic functions in several variables. Read More

We prove the uniqueness for viscosity solutions of a differential equation involving the infinity-Laplacian with a variable exponent. A version of the Harnack's inequality is derived for this minimax problem. Read More

We study the influence of truncating the electrostatic interactions in a fully hydrated pure dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine (DPPC) bilayer through 20 ns molecular dynamics simulations. The computations in which the electrostatic interactions were truncated are compared to similar simulations using the Particle-Mesh Ewald (PME) technique. All examined truncation distances (1. Read More

For a function $\varphi$ in $L^2(0,1)$, extended to the whole real line as an odd periodic function of period 2, we ask when the collection of dilates $\varphi(nx)$, $n=1,2,3,\ldots$, constitutes a Riesz basis or a complete sequence in $L^2(0,1)$. The problem translates into a question concerning multipliers and cyclic vectors in the Hilbert space $\cal H$ of Dirichlet series $f(s)=\sum_n a_nn^{-s}$, where the coefficients $a_n$ are square summable. It proves useful to model $\cal H$ as the $H^2$ space of the infinite-dimensional polydisk, or, which is the same, the $H^2$ space of the character space, where a character is a multiplicative homomorphism from the positive integers to the unit circle. Read More