By Hans Triebel

This publication offers a accomplished creation to trendy international variational concept on fibred areas. it's in line with differentiation and integration thought of differential kinds on tender manifolds, and at the suggestions of worldwide research and geometry reminiscent of jet prolongations of manifolds, mappings, and Lie teams.

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- Differential varieties on jet areas

- worldwide variational functionals

- Euler-Lagrange mapping

- Helmholtz shape and the inverse problem

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- Differential invariants and normal variational rules

- First booklet at the geometric foundations of Lagrange structures

- New principles on international variational functionals

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4 0~, A ~ ~a ]’ o~ ~ [ A ~ , A ~ ] o - Hence, by fixed a’, one can extend ( a , a’) continuously t o [A,,, A,],. We have s ll~’llrA~,A~lo~ lla’llLl~,A;l”. Since A&n A; is dense in [ A ; , A;],, one obtains the desired assertion. T h e o r e m . Let { A , , A , } be an interpolation couple. Let A , n A , be a dense subset both in A , and A , . ,,A;],, 0 < 0 < 1. This theorem is a consequence of the results in A. P. CALDER6N we refer to A. P. c A L D E R 6 N [4]. (3) [4]. For the proof R e m a r k .

P PI Consequently, (4) is existing also as an (E, + El)-integral. As mentioned above, we get from this (6). Formulas (2) and (6) prove the theorem. Remark 1. The proof shows that we obtained somewhat more than stated in the theorem, namely : (E,, El)A,pc (A,, Ai)e,p is a consequence of E, E K(8,), (A,, c (E,, El)A,p is a consequence of Ej E J(8,). (7 ) (8) Thereby, 8 = (1 - A) 8, + AO1 holds. Remark 2. 3/1, there holds (under some restrictions) a similar reiteration theorem for the complex method.

Since tW belongs to J ~ ; ~ ( A , ) , this limit must be zero. Hence by (5) and (6), ~ ~ ~ ( P 0 ~ 9 0 ~~L 0 A~l )P, 1 7llalls ~ 1 s cllallz-,'. Consequently, G ( P o 9 To, A,; PI, A,) = JYPO,To, A,; P l , % - 1 , A l ) . (7) Step 3. Let qo > 0, ql < 1, m = 1, j = 0, and a E X ( p o , q o ,A , ; p , , q1 - 1, A,). Then we have Gc a = sw(T) dt 7 9 lIt'ovllL;o(A,) + lIt'l-lVllL~l(A1) 0 Let 00 [ u(t) = t w(t) dt 7= 12);,( 1 0 $. < 03. 8. The Trace Method Then the inequalities Iltq*ullL;o(AJ 5 ClltqowIILL(AJ 5 ~ ~ t q l ~ ' ~ ~ L ~c >~ A~ l ~) q l Pl - (A,) l ~ ~ ~ L * 9 hold.