Angrisani, Francesca
(2021)
Function spaces defined by means of oscillation,
with application.
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Item Type: 
Tesi di dottorato

Resource language: 
English 
Title: 
Function spaces defined by means of oscillation,
with application 
Creators: 
Creators  Email 

Angrisani, Francesca  francesca.angrisani@unina.it 

Date: 
13 April 2021 
Number of Pages: 
145 
Institution: 
Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II 
Department: 
Matematica e Applicazioni "Renato Caccioppoli" 
Dottorato: 
Matematica e applicazioni 
Ciclo di dottorato: 
33 
Coordinatore del Corso di dottorato: 
nome  email 

Moscariello, Gioconda  dottorato.dma@unina.it 

Tutor: 
nome  email 

Moscariello, Gioconda  UNSPECIFIED  Sbordone, Carlo  UNSPECIFIED 

Date: 
13 April 2021 
Number of Pages: 
145 
Keywords: 
oscillation, Lipschitz, Holder, Orlicz, Optimal Control, Regularity Theory, Calculus of Variation, (o,O)pairs, BMO, VMO, BLO, VLO. 
Settori scientificodisciplinari del MIUR: 
Area 01  Scienze matematiche e informatiche > MAT/05  Analisi matematica 
Date Deposited: 
19 Apr 2021 18:04 
Last Modified: 
07 Jun 2023 11:02 
URI: 
http://www.fedoa.unina.it/id/eprint/14132 
Collection description
In the mathematical literature, a plethora of different meanings and formal definitions have been associated to the word "oscillation".
In this text we will explore some of the function spaces defined by means of oscillation, in many different senses of the word, fitting into two modes: spaces in which oscillation is bounded and spaces in which oscillation is vanishing, i.e. arbitrarily small when measured on a sufficiently small set. This general framework will be made precise in a diversity of ways.
The outline of the thesis is the following. In the first chapter a very large space of functions introduced by Brezis, Bourgain and Mironescu in 2015 and often denoted as $B$ is introduced.
In Chapter 2 we explore the space of Lipschitz functions, in the most general setting of an arbitrary compact metric space and together with other function spaces from the family of Holder spaces.
The last section of the Chapter 2 is devoted to some results obtained in the field of Optimal Control Theory.
In Chapter $3$ we introduce Orlicz spaces for any choice of a Young function $\Psi$ and the closure of $L^\infty$ in $L^\Psi$, also known as the Morse space $M^\Psi$.
We individuate a large subfamily of Orlicz spaces for which $(L^\Psi,M^\Psi)$ fits into a mathematical framework by K.M. Perfekt, deriving many functional properties of the couple.\\
In particular, in the last section of this chapter, we discuss some applications to the regularity of minima of some functionals in the calculus of variations.
Chapters 4 and 5 are dedicated to the spaces $BMO$ and $VMO$ and their respective subcones $BLO$ and $VLO$, concluding the text with discussion of what are arguably the most natural "children" of the very large space $B$ discussed at the beginning.
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