Theorem 1Let with , such that , where , if ; for all , if . If satisfiesthen .

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# Tag: Harmonic function

# Conservative, solenoidal vector fields and Hardy space

# Regularity of scalar elliptic equation by Moser iteration

# Behavior of harmonic functions comparing with a Green’s function

Theorem 1Let with , such that , where , if ; for all , if . If satisfiesthen .

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TheoremSuppose is a subsolution of , . Then for all , ,

TheoremLet , satisfiesIf there exists such that

If as , then in .

*Proof:* Without loss of generality assume on , or we can add a large constant on to make it positive on boundary. , there exists such that

Since , we have

Also on since is non-negative on boundary. Then maximum principle tells in , where . Then we can first take and then take to get in .

RemarkThe condition is essential, otherwise one can take plus a large constant as a counterexample.