We relate certain universal curvature identities for Kähler manifolds to the Euler–Lagrange equations of the scalar invariants which are defined by pairing characteristic forms with powers of the Kähler form.
We consider the Schrödinger operator −Δ + V on ℝn with n ≥ 3 and V a member of the reverse Hölder class ℬs for some s > n/2. We obtain the boundedness of the second order Riesz transform ∇2 (−Δ + V)−1 on the weighted spaces Lp(w) where w belongs to a class of weights related to V. To prove this, we develop a good-λ inequality adapted to this setting along with some new heat kernel estimates.
In this paper we study short time asymptotics of a density function of the solution of a stochastic differential equation driven by fractional Brownian motion with Hurst parameter H (1/2 < H < 1) when the coefficient vector fields satisfy an ellipticity condition at the starting point. We prove both on-diagonal and off-diagonal asymptotics under mild additional assumptions. Our main tool is Malliavin calculus, in particular, Watanabe's theory of generalized Wiener functionals.
We consider the initial value problem of the 3D incompressible rotating Euler equations. We prove the long time existence of classical solutions for initial data in Hs(ℝ3) with s > 5/2. Also, we give an upper bound of the minimum speed of rotation for the long time existence when initial data belong to H7/2(ℝ3).
There are exactly nine reduced discriminants D of indefinite quaternion algebras over ℚ for which the Shimura curve XD attached to D has genus 3. We present equations for these nine curves and, moreover, for each D we determine a subgroup c(D) of cuspidal divisors of degree zero of Jac(X0(D))new such that the abelian variety Jac(X0(D))new/c(D) is the jacobian of the curve XD.
A triple chord is a sub-diagram of a chord diagram that consists of a circle and finitely many chords connecting the preimages for every double point on a spherical curve. This paper describes some relationships between the number of triple chords and an equivalence relation called strong (1, 2) homotopy, which consists of the first and one kind of the second Reidemeister moves involving inverse self-tangency if the curve is given any orientation. We show that a knot projection is trivialized by strong (1, 2) homotopy, if it is a simple closed curve or a prime knot projection without 1- and 2-gons whose chord diagram does not contain any triple chords. We also discuss the relation between Shimizu's reductivity and triple chords.
We extend the classical Lindelöf theorem for harmonic mappings. Assume that f is an univalent harmonic mapping of the unit disk U onto a Jordan domain with C1 boundary. Then the function arg(∂ϕ(f(z))/z), where z = reiϕ, has continuous extension to the boundary of the unit disk, under certain condition on f|T.
For all left-invariant Riemannian metrics on three-dimensional unimodular Lie groups, there exist particular left-invariant orthonormal frames, so-called Milnor frames. In this paper, for any left-invariant Riemannian metrics on any Lie groups, we give a procedure to obtain an analogous of Milnor frames, in the sense that the bracket relations among them can be written with relatively smaller number of parameters. Our procedure is based on the moduli space of left-invariant Riemannian metrics. Some explicit examples of such frames and applications will also be given.
We study the wall-crossing of the moduli spaces Mα(d,1) of α-stable pairs with linear Hilbert polynomial dm + 1 on the projective plane ℙ2 as we alter the parameter α. When d is 4 or 5, at each wall, the moduli spaces are related by a smooth blow-up morphism followed by a smooth blow-down morphism, where one can describe the blow-up centers geometrically. As a byproduct, we obtain the Poincaré polynomials of the moduli spaces M(d,1) of stable sheaves. We also discuss the wall-crossing when the number of stable components in Jordan–Hölder filtrations is three.
In this paper we consider a novel type of cubature formulas called operator-type cubature formulas. The notion originally goes back to a famous work by G. D. Birkhoff in 1906 on Hermite interpolation problem. A well-known theorem by Sobolev in 1962 on invariant cubature formulas is generalized to operator-type cubature, which provides a systematic treatment of Lebedev's works in the 1970s and some related results by Shamsiev in 2006. We give a lower bound for the number of points needed, and discuss analytic conditions for equality, together with tight illustrations for Laplacian-type cubature.
We prove that the first Chern class of a codimension two closed contact submanifold of the odd dimensional Euclidean space is trivial. For any closed co-oriented contact 3-manifold with trivial Chern class, we prove that there is a contact structure on the 5-dimensional Euclidean space which admits a contact embedding of it.
The problem of approximating the infinite dimensional space of all continuous maps from an algebraic variety X to an algebraic variety Y by finite dimensional spaces of algebraic maps arises in several areas of geometry and mathematical physics. An often considered formulation of the problem (sometimes called the Atiyah–Jones problem after ) is to determine a (preferably optimal) integer nD such that the inclusion from this finite dimensional algebraic space into the corresponding infinite dimensional one induces isomorphisms of homology (or homotopy) groups through dimension nD, where D denotes a tuple of integers called the “degree” of the algebraic maps and nD → ∞ as D → ∞. In this paper we investigate this problem in the case when X is a real projective space and Y is a smooth compact toric variety.
First, we obtain a new formula for Bremermann type upper envelopes, that arise frequently in convex analysis and pluripotential theory, in terms of the Legendre transform of the convex- or plurisubharmonic-envelope of the boundary data. This yields a new relation between solutions of the Dirichlet problem for the homogeneous real and complex Monge–Ampère equations and Kiselman's minimum principle. More generally, it establishes partial regularity for a Bremermann envelope whether or not it solves the Monge–Ampère equation. Second, we prove the second order regularity of the solution of the free-boundary problem for the Laplace equation with a rooftop obstacle, based on a new a priori estimate on the size of balls that lie above the non-contact set. As an application, we prove that convex- and plurisubharmonic-envelopes of rooftop obstacles have bounded second derivatives.
The analogue of the Bruhat–Tits building of a p-adic group in F1-geometry is a single apartment. In this setting, the trace formula gives rise to a several variable zeta function analogously to the p-adic case. The analogy carries on to the fact that the restriction to certain lines yield zeta functions which are defined in geometrical terms. Also, the classical formula of Ihara has an analogue in this setting.
We prove the finiteness of the number of blow-analytic equivalence classes of embedded plane curve germs for any fixed number of branches and for any fixed value of μ′ —a combinatorial invariant coming from the dual graphs of good resolutions of embedded plane curve singularities. In order to do so, we develop the concept of standard form of a dual graph. We show that, fixed μ′ in ℕ, there are only a finite number of standard forms, and to each one of them correspond a finite number of blow-analytic equivalence classes. In the tribranched case, we are able to give an explicit upper bound to the number of graph standard forms. For μ′ ≤ 2, we also provide a complete list of standard forms.
We study special Lagrangian submanifolds of the cotangent bundle T*Sn of the sphere in the tangent space of Riemannian symmetric space of rank two. We show that the special Lagrangian submanifolds correspond to the solution of a differential equation on ℝ2 under the assumption that the submanifold is of cohomogeneity one. Our result is the generalization of the former work of Sakai and the first author . We study the qualitative properties of the solution for the special Lagrangian submanifolds and give some examples.
In this paper, we study geometry of conformal minimal two-spheres immersed in complex hyperquadric Q3. We firstly use Bahy-El-Dien and Wood's results to obtain some characterizations of the harmonic sequences generated by conformal minimal immersions from S2 to G(2,5;ℝ). Then we give a classification theorem of linearly full totally unramified conformal minimal immersions of constant curvature from S2 to G(2,5;ℝ), or equivalently, a complex hyperquadric Q3.
Großkinsky and Spohn  studied several-species zero-range processes and gave a necessary and sufficient condition for translation invariant measures to be invariant under such processes. Based on this result, they investigated the hydrodynamic limit. In this paper, we consider a certain class of two-species zero-range processes which are outside of the family treated by Großkinsky and Spohn. We prove a homogenization property for a tagged particle and apply it to derive the hydrodynamic limit under the diffusive scaling.
Let l be the prime 3,5 or 7 and let m be a nonzero integer. We give a method for constructing an infinite family of pairs of quadratic fields ℚ(√D) and ℚ(√(mD)) with both class numbers divisible by l. Such quadratic fields are parametrized by rational points on a specified elliptic curve.