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We will also show t h a t equality occurs only in the spherically symmetric case. The book gives an modern and up-to-date treatment of the subject and includes several new results proved recently. Since this proof depends on the classical isoperimetric inequality and the coarea formula, these are also studied. Rajesh, who read portions of the manuscript and made several helpful suggestions. The interested reader is referred to the papers cited above.

Then, as we saw in Theorem 3. Since we remarked already that the integrand in 3. Several conjectures have been made and while many have been resolved, a large number still remain open. Apart from this and a general mathematical maturity at the graduate level, there are no other prerequisites. Occasionally, in order that we do not get mired in technical details and thus lose the main thread of the argument, some proofs, which are long and which involve completely different techniques, have been omitted and the 'interested reader' is given appropriate references. The study of isoperimetric inequalities involves a fascinating interplay of analysis, geometry and the theory of partial differential equations.

Several conjectures have been made and while many have been resolved, a large number still remain open. In that paper, it is implicitly assumed that equality in the isoperimetric inequality occurs only in the spherically symmetric situation. Annali di Matematica 2013 192: 987. Dhoni, 'India's first adult captain since Pataudi', a celebration of the freakishly talented Muttiah Muralitharan and a chronicle of the 'Symonds Affair' which revealed more about the racism of the Indian fan than we wanted to acknowledge. Thus, 2iru s a which gives 3. Effort has been made to keep the exposition as simple and self-contained as possible.

One of the principal tools in the study of isoperimetric problems, especially when spherical symmetry is involved, is Schwarz symmetrization, which is also known as the spherically symmetric and decreasing rearrangement of functions. The text is peppered with several exercises. Thus, the plane, in this position, is a tangent to u and, as u lies entirely above it, it follows that xo G S u and s o m G Vu 5 u. Therefore, it is onto as well. Several applications of this result are studied. K --' Let u and v be the solutions of 3.

. In particular this implies that Q is convex. Further, by Riesz' inequality cf. These values reflected the caste relations as well. Here, a simple and elementary proof of the Preface vn isoperimetric inequality that I learnt from a lecture by X.

Thus, for bounded domains, we do have a strict inequality and this completes the proof. The result now follows from the classical isoperimetric inequality 2. Of course, as already observed, the symmetry result here depends heavily on the fact that the nonlinearity is positive. Apart from this and a general mathematical maturity at the graduate level, there are no other prerequisites. Thus, once again, l Vv? I also wish to thank Professor R.

As seen from the examples cited above, Nature often seems to choose the perfect symmetric form, viz. Also it is obvious that it is radially decreasing, i. Jn Jii 4 4 3 -' 100 Symmetrization and Applications The inequality 4. Equimeasurable functions are said to be rearrangements of each other. We now show that u is indeed a rearrangement of u in this sense.

Combining this with the result of Corollary 2. We can translate all the results obtained in the preceding sections for the decreasing unidimensional rearrangement to get the corresponding results for the Schwarz symmetrization. We sketch briefly the arguments leading to this, using symmetrization results. Of these, only two remain open. Of course, the study of free boundary value problems, like the obstacle problem cf. In-between, he profiles his cricketing heroes and denounces modern cricket's villains.