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where E ranges among all sets of finite perimeter satisfying the constraint LN (E) = const., νE is the generalized inner normal to E and ∂∗E is the reduced boundary of E (see the definitions in Section 2). For an anisotropic function Γ, one of the first attempts to solve this problem is contained in a paper by G.Wulff [22] dating back to 1901. However, it… (More)

- L Di Lorenzo, M Pappagallo, +6 authors C Trombetti
- Europa medicophysica
- 2006

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The purpose of the trial was to evaluate the efficacy of suprascapular nerve block (SSNB) to relieve the shoulder pain, ameliorate recovery after physiotherapy and reduce disability due to a rotator cuff tendinitis (RCT). A prospective, randomized, comparison cross over investigation was performed in the setting of a large inpatient rehabilitation unit… (More)

- B. Brandolini, M. Cicalese, Carlo Nitsch, C. Trombetti
- Appl. Math. Lett.
- 2007

- Barbara Brandolini, Francesco Chiacchio, +6 authors C. TROMBETTI
- 2013

Let be a smooth, convex, unbounded domain of R . Denote by 1( ) the
rst nontrivial Neumann eigenvalue of the Hermite operator in ; we prove that 1( ) 1. The result is sharp since equality sign is achieved when is a N -dimensional strip. Our estimate can be equivalently viewed as an optimal Poincaré-Wirtinger inequality for functions belonging to the… (More)

∂Ω f ((φ0−γΩ(u))n)dH between BV (Ω) and BV (Ω)∩C1(Ω) is studied, where f : R → [0,+∞[ is convex, f∞ is its recession function, φ0 ∈ L1(∂Ω), and γΩ is the trace operator on ∂Ω. The occurrence of the phenomenon is first discussed by means of an example, and then completely characterized. Sufficient conditions implying the absence of the phenomenon are also… (More)

− div ( |∇up|p−2∇up ) = f in Ω up = 0 on ∂Ω, where p > 1 and Ω is a bounded open set of R (N ≥ 2) with Lipschitz boundary. We analyze the case where Ω is a ball and the datum f is a non-negative radially decreasing function belonging to the Lorentz space LN,∞(Ω) and the case where the datum f belongs to the dual space W−1,∞(Ω). We are interested in finding… (More)

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