By Qi S. Zhang

Concentrating on Sobolev inequalities and their purposes to research on manifolds and Ricci move, Sobolev Inequalities, warmth Kernels lower than Ricci stream, and the Poincaré Conjecture introduces the sphere of research on Riemann manifolds and makes use of the instruments of Sobolev imbedding and warmth kernel estimates to review Ricci flows, specially with surgical procedures. the writer explains key rules, tough proofs, and critical functions in a succinct, obtainable, and unified demeanour. The publication first discusses Sobolev inequalities in quite a few settings, together with the Euclidean case, the Riemannian case, and the Ricci movement case. It then explores a number of purposes and ramifications, comparable to warmth kernel estimates, Perelman’s W entropies and Sobolev inequality with surgical procedures, and the facts of Hamilton’s little loop conjecture with surgical procedures. utilizing those instruments, the writer offers a unified method of the Poincaré conjecture that clarifies and simplifies Perelman’s unique evidence. on account that Perelman solved the Poincaré conjecture, the world of Ricci move with surgical procedure has attracted loads of consciousness within the mathematical learn neighborhood. besides insurance of Riemann manifolds, this publication indicates the right way to hire Sobolev imbedding and warmth kernel estimates to envision Ricci movement with surgical procedure.

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**Sobolev inequalities, heat kernels under Ricci flow, and the Poincare conjecture**

Targeting Sobolev inequalities and their purposes to research on manifolds and Ricci circulate, Sobolev Inequalities, warmth Kernels below Ricci circulate, and the Poincaré Conjecture introduces the sphere of study on Riemann manifolds and makes use of the instruments of Sobolev imbedding and warmth kernel estimates to review Ricci flows, specially with surgical procedures.

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2. Main imbedding theorem for W01,p (D) We can choose sufficiently large c1 such that 21 e p ′ ωn ′ cp1 < 1, so the series will converge uniformly, and part (II) will be dominated by some constant c2 |Ω|. Thus we complete the proof. Now we prove the main imbedding theorem for the borderline case p = n. It shows that W01,n (Ω) ֒→ Lq (Ω) is almost, but not quite L∞ (Ω). One example is u = ln ln |x| in B(0, e) ⊂ Rn , n ≥ 2. For clarity, we single out this borderline case as a new theorem. 2 Let u ∈ W01,n (Ω), then there exists constants c1 and c2 depending only on n such that, |u| c1 ∇u exp Ω n n−1 n dx ≤ c2 |Ω|.

44 Chapter 3. 8 Let α be a (p, 0) tensor field on a Riemann manifold M. Let X be a vector field on M and φ a diffeomorphism on M. Then φ∗ (LX α) = Lφ−1 φ∗ α. 3 Prove the formula in the remark. 2 Second covariant derivatives, commutation formulas, curvatures Now we define the second covariant derivative. Let X, Y and Z be smooth vector fields on M. By definition ∇Z is a (1, 1) tensor field satisfying (∇Z)(Y ) = ∇Y Z. Hence ∇X [(∇Z)(Y )] = ∇X (∇Y Z). A differentiation should follow the Leibnitz rule.

Iq }. The theory of differential forms was developed by E. Cartan. It provides an approach to differentiation and integration, which is independent of coordinates. 11 (exterior differentiation) The exterior derivative is a linear mapping from ∧q T (M)∗ to ∧q+1 T (M)∗ , defined inductively in the following manner. Let f ∈ C ∞ (M), then, for all vector field X on M, df (X) = X(f ). iq dxi1 ∧ . . ∧ dxiq . iq ∧ dxi1 ∧ . . ∧ dxiq . 3 It is easy to see that in local coordinates (U, φ) with φ = (x1 , .