Let us consider the following equation

for and . In this entry, by using boothstrap argument, we show that

Theorem. If positive function solves the equation, then .

In the process of proving the result, we need the following result

Proposition. Let be a non-negative function and set.

For , there exist positive constants and depending only on and such that for any with , and satisfying

we have

.

As a consequence, we have

Corollary. For , , and , let , and satisfy.

Then for some , .

*Proof*. For some we have, by the PDE,

.

For any , we write

.

Take

and

.

Since

by the Holder inequality

.

Obviously . For any , we have by Corollary for some . Since any point can be taken as the origin, we have proved that for all .

By the Holder inequality . Note that we can differentiate under the integral sign for so

.

Therefore, the remaining task is to prove

.

Clearly, . Since is arbitrary, . Back to the decomposition by using the regularity theory for integral equations we see that is at least Holder continuous in . Since is arbitrary, is at least Holder continuous in .

It now follows from this entry that is -Holder continuous in . Note that since is locally Holder continuous in , is bounded from above. Since we have no strictly positive lower bound, we find that cannot be -Holder continuous for arbitrary . Thanks to a corollary in this entry we find that is -Holder continuous in . Now a regularity result tells us that

which implies by the decomposition

.

In other words, the regularity of further improves. We now differentiate to further improve the regularity of . We have

.

Eventually we have via a bootstrap argument.

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Comment by Lê Minh Đức — September 1, 2010 @ 2:09

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Comment by Ngô Quốc Anh — September 1, 2010 @ 2:11