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Uniqueness Theorems for Variational Problems by the Method of Transformation Groups (Lecture Notes in Mathematics) [Paperback]

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A classical problem in the calculus of variations is the investigation ofcritical points of functionals {\cal L} on normed spaces V. The present work addresses the question: Under what conditions on the functional {\cal L} and the underlying space V does {\cal L} have at most one critical point?

A sufficient condition for uniqueness is given: the presence of a "variational sub-symmetry", i.e., a one-parameter group G of transformations of V, which strictly reduces the values of {\cal L}. The "method of transformation groups" is applied to second-order elliptic boundary value problems on Riemannian manifolds. Further applications include problems of geometric analysis and elasticity.





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Pages   152
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 9.1" Width: 6" Height: 0.4"
Weight:   0.65 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Jun 24, 2004
Publisher   Springer
ISBN  3540218394  
ISBN13  9783540218395  


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Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Studies: October 1987 -- January 1994 Diplom studies in mathematics at the University of KarlsruheOctober 1991 -- October 1992 Master of Science in nonlinear mathematics, University of Bath (U.K.) Phd: January 1996 University of Karlsruhe Habilitation: October 2001 University of Basel Positions held: March 1994 -- June 1998 Scientific collaborator, Math. Institute, Univ. of KarlsruheOctober 1998 -- September 2002 Assistant, Math. Institute, University of BaselSommersemester 2000: Lecturer at the Univ. of ZurichWintersemester 2002/2003: Substitute professor at the Univ. of Giessen Since April 2003: Substitute professor at the Univ. of Basel Stays at other institutions: October 1996 -- September 1998: postdoc at the Univ. of  Minnesota (USA) and Univ. of Cologne with DFG-grantMarch, July, August 1999: visitor at the Univ. of Cardiff  (U.K) with EPSRigrant Awards: April 1997: "Klaus-Tschira Price for comprehensible science" awarded for the doctoral thesis by the Univ. of Karlsruhe

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