Optimal embeddings of distributions into algebras
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- Hans Vernaeve (UGent)
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- Abstract
- Let Omega be a convex, open subset of R-n and let D'(Omega) be the space of distributions on Omega. It is shown that there exist linear embeddings of V(Omega) into a differential algebra that commute with partial derivatives and that embed C-infinity(Omega) as a subalgebra. This embedding appears to be the first one after Colombeau's to possess these properties. We show that many nonlinear operations on distributions can be defined that are not definable in the Colombeau setting.
- Keywords
- distributions, generalized functions, embeddings, injective modules, Colombeau
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Please use this url to cite or link to this publication: http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-415465
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- Vernaeve, Hans. “Optimal Embeddings of Distributions into Algebras.” PROCEEDINGS OF THE EDINBURGH MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY 46.2 (2003): 373–378. Print.
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- Vernaeve, H. (2003). Optimal embeddings of distributions into algebras. PROCEEDINGS OF THE EDINBURGH MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY, 46(2), 373–378.
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- Vernaeve, Hans. 2003. “Optimal Embeddings of Distributions into Algebras.” Proceedings of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society 46 (2): 373–378.
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- Vernaeve, Hans. 2003. “Optimal Embeddings of Distributions into Algebras.” Proceedings of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society 46 (2): 373–378.
- Vancouver
- 1.Vernaeve H. Optimal embeddings of distributions into algebras. PROCEEDINGS OF THE EDINBURGH MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY. 2003;46(2):373–8.
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- [1]H. Vernaeve, “Optimal embeddings of distributions into algebras,” PROCEEDINGS OF THE EDINBURGH MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY, vol. 46, no. 2, pp. 373–378, 2003.
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