Geometric Function Theory And Non-Linear Analysis - Tadeusz Iwaniec
Clarendon Press (2001)
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Conformal geometry, Differential equations, Partial, Geometric function theory, Nonlinear theories, Numerical analysis

Iwaniec (math, Syracuse U.) and Martin (math, U. of Auckland) explain recent developments in the geometry of mappings, related to functions or deformations between subsets of the Euclidean n-space Rn and more generally between manifolds or other geometric objects. Material on mappings intersects with aspects of differential geometry, topology, partial differential equations, harmonic analysis, and the calculus of variations. Chapters cover topics such as conformal mappings, stability of the Mobius group, Sobolev theory and function spaces, the Liouville theorem, even dimensions, Picard and Montel theorems in space, uniformly quasiregular mappings, and quasiconformal groups. c. Book News Inc.

Product Details
LoC Classification QA360 .I93 2001
Dewey 515
Format Hardcover
Cover Price 250,00 €
No. of Pages 552
Height x Width 240 x 162 mm