By Urban Cegrell

The aim of this publication is to check plurisubharmonic and analytic features in n utilizing potential concept. The case n=l has been studied for a very long time and is particularly good understood. the idea has been generalized to mn and the consequences are in lots of instances just like the placement in . notwithstanding, those effects are usually not so good tailored to advanced research in different variables - they're extra relating to harmonic than plurihar monic services. Capacities will be considered a non-linear generali zation of measures; capacities are set features and plenty of of the capacities thought of the following might be bought as envelopes of measures. within the mn conception, the hyperlink among features and capa towns is frequently the Laplace operator - the corresponding hyperlink within the n concept is the advanced Monge-Ampere operator. This operator is non-linear (it is n-linear) whereas the Laplace operator is linear. This explains why the theories in mn and n fluctuate significantly. for instance, the sum of 2 harmonic features is harmonic, however it can take place that the sum of 2 plurisubharmonic features has optimistic Monge-Ampere mass whereas all the services has vanishing Monge-Ampere mass. to offer an instance of similarities and adjustments, reflect on the next statements. imagine first that's an open subset VIII of n and that ok is a closed subset of Q. think about the next homes that ok mayor would possibly not have.

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G J. 9 J Now h g . E F· h g . � so l im h g . E F and since lim hg . J J J J we get that h 9 l im h g . E F and that h 9 H h . = , > 9 = = 9 J The "f i ne" problem is now to decide i f E f+h X ( z ) i s a E capacity for every f ixed z E U ( X E i s the characteristic function for E ) . The "coarse" problem is a capacity. 1S to dec1de i f E f+ fh X ( z ) d o ( z ) E Assumi ng all this about F , we defi ne a class of positive measures M , M = {w � 0; f�dW � f�dO , �� E F } . It i s clear that M is convex and since every function i n F is l .

J. > s= 1 on E J. ' J. d� = �EM j-++CXl �EM j-+ oo = sup �im I ( CP6 i nf( � cp� , 1 ) ) d� � l im sup I CP 6d� + E . But s=1 �EM J-++oo j-++oo � EM since all functions ( CP Oj ) j=1 and are lower semicontinuous we have by i i ) - + + 00 sup ICP�d� = sup inf I CP�d� � inf sup I CP�d� � G ( E J. ) . K �EM �EM �EM K which proves the theorem . Hence G( E ) -< l- im G ( E J. ) j ++oo + E If R and M satisfies i ) -v ) then M can be replaced, by its weak*-closure . Remark. Notes and references Example 111 : 1 i s due to B .

Is a capac i ty s i nce f o r a l l compact s e t s K by Lemma K 111: 3. be a g i ve n i nc r ea s i ng sequence o f s e t s a nd 111: 4 Ii' s E F there i s a have Hence f hX + EF lim E f Hh d6 = s d6� XE s f hX E do f Hh <. �. s. l i m XE s f Hh Hh XE >H s 00 Let (> 0 . XE s F= l: Ii' s' s= l • By } c {1i' s =+=} we then � 1 im Hh + E: F . + s -+ oo X E XE s d6 + E: XE wh i ch m e a n s that and the proposit i o n f o l l ows . {h such that f Ii' s do where we can a s sume that lim s-+ oo i s the requ i red f u nctio n .