Fractional Hardy inequalities and visibility of the boundary
Ihnatsyeva, L., Lehrbäck, J., Tuominen, H., & Vähäkangas, A. (2014). Fractional Hardy inequalities and visibility of the boundary. Studia mathematica, 224(1), 47-80. https://doi.org/10.4064/sm224-1-3
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We prove fractional order Hardy inequalities on open sets under a combined fatness and visibility condition on the boundary. We demonstrate by counterexamples that fatness conditions alone are not sufficient for such Hardy inequalities to hold. In addition, we give a short exposition of various fatness conditions related to our main result, and apply fractional Hardy inequalities in connection to the boundedness of extension operators for fractional Sobolev spaces.
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