Regularity of the inverse of spatial mappings with finite distortion

Onninen, Jani
July 2006
Calculus of Variations & Partial Differential Equations;Jul2006, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p331
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the theorem about homeomorphism of finite distortion. Basic definitions are given for terms such as the mapping of finite distortion. The minimal regularity assumption that guarantees integration by parts against the Jacobian determinant or the application of Stokes' theorem.


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