The Obstacle Problem Revisited.

L.A. Caffarelli

The journal of Fourier analysis and applications [[Elektronische Ressource]] (1998)

  • Volume: 4, Issue: 4-5, page 383-402
  • ISSN: 1069-5869; 1531-5851/e

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Caffarelli, L.A.. "The Obstacle Problem Revisited.." The journal of Fourier analysis and applications [[Elektronische Ressource]] 4.4-5 (1998): 383-402. <http://eudml.org/doc/59573>.

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  3. Francesco Bigolin, Regularity results for a class of obstacle problems in Heisenberg groups
  4. Régis Monneau, On the regularity of a free boundary for a nonlinear obstacle problem arising in superconductor modelling
  5. V. Caselles, M. Novaga, A. Chambolle, Some remarks on uniqueness and regularity of Cheeger sets
  6. Ivan Blank, Henrik Shahgholian, Boundary regularity and compactness for overdetermined problems

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