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By Luc Tartar

After publishing an advent to the Navier–Stokes equation and oceanography (Vol. 1 of this series), Luc Tartar follows with one other set of lecture notes in keeping with a graduate direction in elements, as indicated through the name. A draft has been to be had on the web for many years. the writer has now revised and polished it right into a textual content available to a bigger audience.

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If e1 , . . , eN is the canonical basis of RN , then a function h has a partial ∂h at x if and only if 1ε (h − τε ej h) has a limit at x when ε tends derivative ∂x j to 0 (with ε = 0, of course). If f ∈ Cc1 (RN ), then 1ε (f − τε ej f ) converges ∂f so that if one takes the convolution product with a function uniformly to ∂x j g ∈ L1loc (RN ), one finds that 1ε (f − τε ej f ) g converges uniformly on compact ∂f g; if one defines h = f g, one has 1ε (f − τε ej f ) g = 1ε (h − τε ej h) sets to ∂x j ∂f ∂h and it is equal to ∂x g.

If f ∈ Cc1 (RN ), then 1ε (f − τε ej f ) converges ∂f so that if one takes the convolution product with a function uniformly to ∂x j g ∈ L1loc (RN ), one finds that 1ε (f − τε ej f ) g converges uniformly on compact ∂f g; if one defines h = f g, one has 1ε (f − τε ej f ) g = 1ε (h − τε ej h) sets to ∂x j ∂f ∂h and it is equal to ∂x g. 6), so that the limit must be ∂x j j α α of this argument then gives D (f g) = (D f ) g if |α| ≤ k. , f g ∈ C ∞ (RN ) (which in Laurent SCHWARTZ’s notation is E(RN )).

This distribution satisfies x pv x1 = 1 (and it is odd and homogeneous of degree −1); that it is not a Radon measure can be seen by constructing a sequence of functions ϕk ∈ Cc∞ (RN ) which stay uniformly bounded, keep their support in a fixed compact set and for which pv x1 , ϕk → +∞; taking ϕk nonnegative with support in [0, 1] and 1 1− k dx x . 7), and similarly HADAMARD had defined the finite part of 1 , and Laurent SCHWARTZ defined by analogy a distribution f p x1k . 6,7 Another possibility 6 What I call compensated integrability or compensated regularity is a different notion than compensated compactness, a term which I have introduced with Fran¸cois MURAT, but which some authors have used out of the correct context, for designing a result of compensated regularity.

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