# Conditions au bord spectrales et formules de trace

Gerd Grubb^{[1]}

- [1] Copenhagen Univ. Math. Dept., Universitetsparken 5, DK-2100 Copenhague, Danemark.

Séminaire Équations aux dérivées partielles (2001-2002)

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abstract = {The lecture presents current results on heat trace expansions, and the related resolvent trace and zeta function expansions, for elliptic operators with boundary conditions on $n$-dimensional compact manifolds. As a background, we recall the set-up of elliptic differential operators with differential boundary conditions having heat trace expansions in powers $\sum _\{k\ge -n\}c_kt^\{k/m\}$. Then we consider the spectral boundary conditions of Atiyah, Patodi and Singer for Dirac-type first-order operators, leading to expansions with additional logarithmic terms $\sum _\{k\ge 0\}c^\{\prime\}_kt^\{k/2\}\log t$ (joint work with Seeley 1995) ; an extension to “well-posed” problems is included in a general study of pseudo-normal boundary conditions (1999). New results are presented on the vanishing or stability of the $c^\{\prime\}_k$-coefficients ; special features appear when $n$ is odd. Finally, we study the pseudodifferential projection boundary conditions proposed by Vassilevich (2001) in string- and brane-theory, showing that they too have heat expansions with log-terms, under suitable hypotheses. In all cases, the lowest log-coefficient $c^\{\prime\}_0$ vanishes, which assures that the zeta function is regular at 0.},

affiliation = {Copenhagen Univ. Math. Dept., Universitetsparken 5, DK-2100 Copenhague, Danemark.},

author = {Grubb, Gerd},

journal = {Séminaire Équations aux dérivées partielles},

language = {fre},

pages = {1-12},

publisher = {Centre de mathématiques Laurent Schwartz, École polytechnique},

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year = {2001-2002},

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AB - The lecture presents current results on heat trace expansions, and the related resolvent trace and zeta function expansions, for elliptic operators with boundary conditions on $n$-dimensional compact manifolds. As a background, we recall the set-up of elliptic differential operators with differential boundary conditions having heat trace expansions in powers $\sum _{k\ge -n}c_kt^{k/m}$. Then we consider the spectral boundary conditions of Atiyah, Patodi and Singer for Dirac-type first-order operators, leading to expansions with additional logarithmic terms $\sum _{k\ge 0}c^{\prime}_kt^{k/2}\log t$ (joint work with Seeley 1995) ; an extension to “well-posed” problems is included in a general study of pseudo-normal boundary conditions (1999). New results are presented on the vanishing or stability of the $c^{\prime}_k$-coefficients ; special features appear when $n$ is odd. Finally, we study the pseudodifferential projection boundary conditions proposed by Vassilevich (2001) in string- and brane-theory, showing that they too have heat expansions with log-terms, under suitable hypotheses. In all cases, the lowest log-coefficient $c^{\prime}_0$ vanishes, which assures that the zeta function is regular at 0.

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