An introduction to functional analysis by Mischa Cotlar; Roberto Cignoli

By Mischa Cotlar; Roberto Cignoli

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E. ely often in both directions" [Pom92, p. 127] and [DBFU]; cf. [Bur89]. In particular, the corkscrew at a twist point of the snowflake domain has a twisted shape. 4) define an approach system for (D, bD). Proof. For w E bD and r > 0 let Jffi(W, r) ~ B(w, r) n bD.

For zED and w E W. The shadow nJ.. (z) . (s) E W: SnL(w) # 0} is the shadow of S projected by n. Let n be an approach family for (D, W), u a real-valued function defined on D, >. > 0, and w E W. } R 2sup0 = o. } . zERCw) 30 CHAPTER 2. 3 Let 9 be an approach family for (D, Till). following are equivalent: Then the 1. gi(z) is open for all zED; 2 . the set {supu>>'} 9 is open for each positive function u defined on D and each>' > O. Proof. (1 =? l-(z). (2 =? 1) Fix zED. Let u = 1 at the point z and 0 elsewhere.

3) 2. ]Rn \ D satisfies the corkscrew condition; 3. D satisfies the m-Harnack chain condition: If E > 0 and Zl and Z2 belong to D, d(zj, bD) > E and IZ1 - z21 < C . E, then there exists an m-Harnack chain from Zl to Z2 whose length depends on C but not on E. Observe that, by Harnack's inequality, if u is a positive harmonic function on D and there is an m-Harnack chain from Zl to Z2, then ~ . U(Z2) < u(zd < c· U(Z2), where c depends only on m and on the length of the Harnack chain between Zl and Z2.