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On the other hand, F. Almgren and E. Lieb proved that the answer is no for the Schwarz 1,p symmetrization when N 2, that is, there are sequences {un } ⊂ W+ (RN ) such 1,p N 1,p N that un → u in W (R ) but (un ) → u in W (R ) (see [2]). g. [8–11,110,111,93,20,6,7,18,4] and the references cited therein). We also emphasize the survey [115] where fundamental ideas and results are given. 6. Let Ω be a bounded domain in RN , p ∈ (1, N ), and let f ∈ L+ (Ω), where q ∈ [Np/(Np − N + p), ∞]. Furthermore, let u, v be weak solutions of the following boundary value problems: 1,p u ∈ W0 (Ω), 1,p v ∈ W0 Ω |u| v − , p u = −∇ − pv |∇u|p−2 ∇u = f in Ω, = −∇ |∇v|p−2 ∇v = |f | in Ω .

49). Since ε was arbitrary, the assertion follows. The following lemma shows that the two-point rearrangement depends continuously on its defining halfspace, see [37]. 5. Let u ∈ Lp (RN ) for some p ∈ [1, +∞), and let {Hn } be a sequence of halfspaces. 50) n→∞ then in Lp RN . 51) 0, and if BRn ⊂ Hn , n = 1, 2, . . , for some sequence Rn uHn −→ u +∞, then in Lp RN . 52) P ROOF. (1) Let H, Hn , n = 1, 2, . . 50). Then lim σHn x = σH x, n→∞ uniformly in compact subsets of RN . 51) in case that u is continuous with compact support.

4) follows by monotone convergence. 4) follows the same way by replacing ‘∗’ by ‘ ’ in the above proof and by taking into account that (u∗ ) = u and (v ∗ ) = v . (2) Extending u and v by zero outside Ω we also have that Cu = Cv = 0 in RN \ Ω. 5) by RN . Assume first that Ω is bounded. 5) follows analogously as in 0,1 (BR ) by C(Ω), Steiner symmetrization by cap symmetrization, part (1) replacing C0+ and by working with halfspaces in CHP instead of H0∗ . 5) follows similarly as in part (1) through an approximation with functions in C(Ω).

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