The core of this monograph is the development of tools to derive well-posedness results in very general geometric settings for elliptic differential operators. A new generation of Calderón-Zygmund theory is developed for variable coefficient singular integral operators, which turns out to be particularly versatile in dealing with boundary value problems for the Hodge-Laplacian on uniformly rectifiable subdomains of Riemannian manifolds via boundary layer methods. In addition to absolute and relative boundary conditions for differential forms, this monograph treats the Hodge-Laplacian equipped with classical Dirichlet, Neumann, Transmission, Poincaré, and Robin boundary conditions in regular Semmes-Kenig-Toro domains. Lying at the intersection of partial differential equations, harmonic analysis, and differential geometry, this text is suitable for a wide range of PhD students, researchers, and professionals.
Contents: Preface Introduction and Statement of Main Results Geometric Concepts and Tools Harmonic Layer Potentials Associated with the Hodge-de Rham Formalism on UR Domains Harmonic Layer Potentials Associated with the Levi-Civita Connection on UR Domains Dirichlet and Neumann Boundary Value Problems for the Hodge-Laplacian on Regular SKT Domains Fatou Theorems and Integral Representations for the Hodge-Laplacian on Regular SKT Domains Solvability of Boundary Problems for the Hodge-Laplacian in the Hodge-de Rham Formalism Additional Results and Applications Further Tools from Differential Geometry, Harmonic Analysis, Geometric Measure Theory, Functional Analysis, Partial Differential Equations, and Clifford Analysis Bibliography Index
D. Mitrea and M. Mitrea, Univ. of Missouri, USA; I. Mitrea, Temple Univ., Philadelphia, USA; M. Taylor, Univ. of North Carolina, USA.
"The book represents the cumulation of a large body of work of the authors. Nonetheless, it is essentially self-contained, including the main geometric and analytic preliminaries. There are a large number of variations of settings. But the book is very well structured, avoiding potential confusions here."