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Lewis, John - Department of Mathematics, University of Kentucky
To appear in Duke Math. J. HIGHER INTEGRABILITY FOR PARABOLIC
p Harmonic Measure in Simply Connected Domains John L. Lewis
Note on p Harmonic Measure by John L. Lewis 1
Regularity and Free Boundary Regularity for the p Laplacian in Lipschitz and C 1 Domains
Square Functions of Calder'on Type and Applications
Symmetry Theorems and Uniform Rectifiability by John L Lewis and Andrew L Vogel
Caloric Measure in Parabolic Flat Domains Steve Hofmann 1 John L. Lewis 1;2
Boundary Behaviour of pHarmonic Functions in Domains Beyond Lipschitz Domains
THE METHOD OF LAYER POTENTIALS FOR THE HEAT EQUATION IN TIMEVARYING DOMAINS
The L p regularity problem for the heat equation in noncylindrical Steve Hofmann \Lambda
On a Parabolic Symmetry Problem John L. Lewis #+
On Wol Snow akes John L. Lewis 1 Gregory C. Verchota 2
Uniqueness in a Free Boundary Problem by John L Lewis and Andrew L Vogel
The Boundary Harnack Inequality for Infinity Harmonic Functions in the Plane
On Pseudospheres That Are Quasispheres
Extrapolation of Carleson measures and the analyticity of Kato's square root operators
On the L p Neumann and regularity problem for the heat equation in non cylindrical domains
Boundary Behaviour for p Harmonic Functions in Lipschitz and Starlike Lipschitz Ring Domains
Boundary Behaviour and the Martin Boundary Problem for p Harmonic Functions in Lipschitz Domains
Proceedings of Symposia in Pure Mathematics Boundary Harnack Inequalities for Operators of p-Laplace
Regularity of Lipschitz Free Boundaries in Two-phase Problems for the p-Laplace Operator
BOUNDARY INTEGRAL OPERATORS AND BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS FOR LAPLACE'S EQUATION
Contemporary Mathematics On symmetry and uniform rectifiability arising from some
ON THE SINGULAR SET IN THE NAVIERSTOKES EQUATIONS
On the Dimension of p Harmonic Measure Bjorn Bennewitz John L. Lewis 1
Research Plan I consider myself basically a function theorist who has branched out into partial di#erential
PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY
VERY WEAK SOLUTIONS OF PARABOLIC SYSTEMS OF p-LAPLACIAN TYPE
The L p Neumann Problem for the Heat Equation in NonCylindrical Domains
On weak reverse Holder inequalities for nondoubling harmonic measures
Where We Are At With p Harmonic Measure Conference on Complex Analysis
New Results for p Harmonic Functions John L. Lewis #+
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES