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Geometric Sobolev-like embedding using high-dimensional Menger-like curvature

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Kolasinski,  Slawomir
Geometric Measure Theory, AEI-Golm, MPI for Gravitational Physics, Max Planck Society;

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1205.4112
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Kolasinski, S. (2015). Geometric Sobolev-like embedding using high-dimensional Menger-like curvature. Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, 367(2), 775-811. doi:10.1090/S0002-9947-2014-05989-8.


Cite as: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-000E-EB2D-5
Abstract
We study a modified version of Lerman-Whitehouse Menger-like curvature defined for m+2 points in an n-dimensional Euclidean space. For 1 <= l <= m+2 and an m-dimensional subset S of R^n we also introduce global versions of this discrete curvature, by taking supremum with respect to m+2-l points on S. We then define geometric curvature energies by integrating one of the global Menger-like curvatures, raised to a certain power p, over all l-tuples of points on S. Next, we prove that if S is compact and m-Ahlfors regular and if p is greater than ml, then the P. Jones' \beta-numbers of S must decay as r^t with r \to 0 for some t in (0,1). If S is an immersed C^1 manifold or a bilipschitz image of such set then it follows that it is Reifenberg flat with vanishing constant, hence (by a theorem of David, Kenig and Toro) an embedded C^{1,t} manifold. We also define a wide class of other sets for which this assertion is true. After that, we bootstrap the exponent t to the optimal one a = 1 - ml/p showing an analogue of the Morrey-Sobolev embedding theorem. Moreover, we obtain a qualitative control over the local graph representations of S only in terms of the energy.