## Constrained minimum Riesz and Green energy problems for vector measures associated with a generalized condenser

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**Constrained minimum Riesz and Green energy problems for vector measures associated with a generalized condenser.** / Fuglede, Bent; Zorii, Natalia.

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*Hiroshima Mathematical Journal*, bind 49, nr. 3, s. 399-437. https://doi.org/10.32917/hmj/1573787036

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Constrained minimum Riesz and Green energy problems for vector measures associated with a generalized condenser

AU - Fuglede, Bent

AU - Zorii, Natalia

PY - 2019

Y1 - 2019

N2 - For a finite collection A=(Ai)i∈I of locally closed sets in Rn, n⩾3, with the sign si=±1 prescribed such that the oppositely charged plates are mutually disjoint, we consider the minimum energy problem relative to the α-Riesz kernel |x−y|α−n,α∈(0,2], over positive vector Radon measures μ=(μi)i∈I such that each μi,i∈I, is carried by Ai and normalized by μ1(Ai)=ai∈(0,∞), while the interaction between μi,i∈I , is determined by the matrix (sisj)i,j∈I∙. We show that, though the closures of oppositely charged plates may intersect each other even in a set of nonzero capacity, this problem has a solution λξA=(λiA)i∈I (also in the presence of an external field) if we restrict ourselves to μ with μi⩽ξi,i∈I, where the constraint ξ=(ξi)i∈I is properly chosen. We establish the sharpness of the suffcient conditions on the solvability thus obtained, provide descriptions of the weighted vector α-Riesz potentials of the solutions, single out their characteristic properties, and analyze the supports of the λiA,i∈I. Our approach is based on the simultaneous use of the vague topology and an appropriate semimetric structure defined in terms of the α-Riesz energy on a set of vector measures associated with A, as well as on the establishment of an intimate relationship between the constrained minimum α-Riesz energy problem and a constrained minimum α-Green energy problem, suitably formulated. The results are illustrated by examples.

AB - For a finite collection A=(Ai)i∈I of locally closed sets in Rn, n⩾3, with the sign si=±1 prescribed such that the oppositely charged plates are mutually disjoint, we consider the minimum energy problem relative to the α-Riesz kernel |x−y|α−n,α∈(0,2], over positive vector Radon measures μ=(μi)i∈I such that each μi,i∈I, is carried by Ai and normalized by μ1(Ai)=ai∈(0,∞), while the interaction between μi,i∈I , is determined by the matrix (sisj)i,j∈I∙. We show that, though the closures of oppositely charged plates may intersect each other even in a set of nonzero capacity, this problem has a solution λξA=(λiA)i∈I (also in the presence of an external field) if we restrict ourselves to μ with μi⩽ξi,i∈I, where the constraint ξ=(ξi)i∈I is properly chosen. We establish the sharpness of the suffcient conditions on the solvability thus obtained, provide descriptions of the weighted vector α-Riesz potentials of the solutions, single out their characteristic properties, and analyze the supports of the λiA,i∈I. Our approach is based on the simultaneous use of the vague topology and an appropriate semimetric structure defined in terms of the α-Riesz energy on a set of vector measures associated with A, as well as on the establishment of an intimate relationship between the constrained minimum α-Riesz energy problem and a constrained minimum α-Green energy problem, suitably formulated. The results are illustrated by examples.

KW - Constrained minimum energy problems

KW - condensers with touching plates

KW - vector measures

KW - external fields

KW - perfect kernels

KW - alpha-Riesz kernels

KW - alpha-Green kernels

U2 - 10.32917/hmj/1573787036

DO - 10.32917/hmj/1573787036

M3 - Journal article

VL - 49

SP - 399

EP - 437

JO - Hiroshima Mathematical Journal

JF - Hiroshima Mathematical Journal

SN - 0018-2079

IS - 3

ER -

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