Communications in Mathematical Physics - Volume 229 by M. Aizenman (Chief Editor)

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In view of the periodic boundary conditions, we may set (160) over the flat two dimensional torus M = R2 /ZZa1 + ZZa2 . By means of this identification we are reduced to seek solutions for the elliptic system:  m   nj δpj on M,  − w = 4g 2 ew + g 2 eu − 4π j =1 (163) 2 2 2  ϕ g g  2 w u 0  − u = −2g e − e + on M. 2 cos2 θ 2 cos2 θ Integrating over M, we find the following constraints for the solvability of (163):  2 ew + g 2 eu = 4π N, 4g   M M   2g 2 M ew + 2 2 g2 u = g ϕ0 |M| . e 2 cos2 θ M 2 cos2 θ (164) Consequently,        M M 4π N − g 2 ϕ02 |M| , 4g 2 sin2 θ g 2 ϕ02 |M| − 4π N cos2 θ eu = , g 2 sin2 θ ew = (165) which imply the following necessary condition for the sovability of (163): g 2 ϕ02 < g 2 ϕ02 4π N < .

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Thus, for any λ ∈ , we can choose a sequence λn λ such that 0≤ cλn − cλ ≤ C, λ − λn for some constant C independent of n. (139) Liouville Type Equations with Singular Data 37 Using (139), we see that, for hn ∈ Dλn ⊂ Dλ satisfying: sup w∈hn (D) Jλn (w) ≤ cλn + λ − λn , (140) and for all w ∈ hn (D) such that Jλ (w) ≥ cλ − (λ − λn ) , we have:  (141)  1 ln  |M| V0 ew dτg  = 2cotan2 θ M ≤ 2cotan2 θ Jλn (w) − Jλ (w) λ − λn cλn − cλ λ − λn ≤ 2cotan2 θ (C + 1) ≡ C1 , and consequently,   ||∇w||2L2 (M) 1 ≤ 4cotan θJλn (w) + 2λn ln  |M| V0 ew dτg  2 M ≤ 4cotan θ cλn + λ − λn + 2λn C1 .

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