Michael Ruzhansky 0 1 0 Department of Mathematics, Imperial College London, 180 Queen's Gate , London SW7 2AZ , UK 1 Department of Mathematical Sciences, Loughborough University , Loughborough ... can be applied. We give explicit details for the appearing Michael Ruzhansky was supported in parts by EPSRC Grant EP/R003025/1 and by the Leverhulme Grant RPG-2017-151. No new data was collected or
. Michael Ruzhansky (B) and Nurgissa Yessirkegenov Department of Mathematics Imperial College London 180 Queen’s Gate London SW7 2AZ UK e-mail: Durvudkhan Suragan and Nurgissa Yessirkegenov Institute of
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In this short paper, we establish a range of Caffarelli–Kohn–Nirenberg and weighted \(L^{p}\)-Sobolev type inequalities on stratified Lie groups. All inequalities are obtained with sharp constants. Moreover, the equivalence of the Sobolev type inequality and Hardy inequality is shown in the \(L^{2}\)-case.
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In this paper, we study first-order hyperbolic systems of any order with multiple characteristics (weakly hyperbolic) and time-dependent analytic coefficients. The main question is when the Cauchy problem for such systems is well-posed in \(C^{\infty }\) and in \({\mathcal {D}}'\). We prove that the analyticity of the coefficients combined with suitable hypotheses on the...
/K039407/1 and by the Leverhulme Grant RPG-2014-02, as well as by the MESRK Grant 0773/GF4. No new data were collected or generated during the course of research. B Michael Ruzhansky 1 Introduction The
JSPS KAKENHI 26287022 and 26610021. B Michael Ruzhansky which is equivalent to the usual estimate in the dispersive case and is also invariant under canonical transformations for the operator a(Dx
In this paper, we study the well-posedness of weakly hyperbolic systems with time-dependent coefficients. We assume that the eigenvalues are low regular, in the sense that they are Hölder with respect to t. In the past, these kinds of systems have been investigated by Yuzawa (J Differ Equ 219(2):363–374, 2005) and Kajitani and Yuzawa (Ann Sc Norm Super Pisa Cl Sci (5) 5(4):465...
In this note we prove an analogue of the Rayleigh–Faber–Krahn inequality, that is, that the geodesic ball is a maximiser of the first eigenvalue of some convolution type integral operators, on the sphere \(\mathbb {S}^{n}\) and on the real hyperbolic space \(\mathbb {H}^{n}\). It completes the study of such question for complete, connected, simply connected Riemannian manifolds...
Mathematische Zeitschrift Michael Ruzhansky 0 Jens Wirth 0 Mathematics Subject Classification 0 J. Wirth Institut fur Analysis, Dynamik und Modellierung, Universitat Stuttgart , Pfaffenwaldring
In this paper we study weakly hyperbolic second order equations with time dependent irregular coefficients. This means assuming that the coefficients are less regular than Hölder. The characteristic roots are also allowed to have multiplicities. For such equations, we describe the notion of a ‘very weak solution’ adapted to the type of solutions that exist for regular...
Michael Ruzhansky Mitsuru Sugimoto Mathematics Subject Classification In this note we prove a global inverse function theorem for homogeneous mappings on Rn. The proof is based on an adaptation of
In this paper we give several global characterisations of the Hörmander class \(\Psi ^m(G)\) of pseudo-differential operators on compact Lie groups in terms of the representation theory of the group. The result is applied to give criteria for the ellipticity and the global hypoellipticity of pseudo-differential operators in terms of their matrix-valued full symbols. Several...
Claudia Garetto 0 Michael Ruzhansky 0 Mathematics Subject Classification 0 0 C. Garetto School of Mathematics, Loughborough University , Leicestershire LE11 3TU, UK In this paper we consider