Lower semicontinuity of weak supersolutions to the porous medium equation
Avelin, B., & Lukkari, T. (2015). Lower semicontinuity of weak supersolutions to the porous medium equation. Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, 143(8), 3475–3486. https://doi.org/10.1090/proc/12727
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Weak supersolutions to the porous medium equation are defined by means of smooth test functions under an integral sign. We show that nonnegative weak supersolutions become lower semicontinuous after redefinition on a set of measure zero. This shows that weak supersolutions belong to a class of supersolutions defined by a comparison principle.
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