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THE KATO SQUARE ROOT PROBLEM FOR MIXED BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS

  • ANDREAS AXELSSON (a1), STEPHEN KEITH (a2) and ALAN McINTOSH (a3)

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We solve the Kato square root problem for second order elliptic systems in divergence form under mixed boundary conditions on Lipschitz domains. This answers a question posed by Lions in 1962. To do this we develop a general theory of quadratic estimates and functional calculi for complex perturbations of Dirac-type operators on Lipschitz domains.

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THE KATO SQUARE ROOT PROBLEM FOR MIXED BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS

  • ANDREAS AXELSSON (a1), STEPHEN KEITH (a2) and ALAN McINTOSH (a3)

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