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Rotation bounds for H\"older continuous homeomorphisms with integrable distortion

  title={Rotation bounds for H\"older continuous homeomorphisms with integrable distortion},
  author={Albert Clop and Lauri Hitruhin and Banhirup Sengupta},
  journal={arXiv: Analysis of PDEs},
We obtain sharp rotation bounds for the subclass of homeomorphisms $f:\mathbb{C}\to\mathbb{C}$ of finite distortion which have distortion function in $L^p_{loc}$, $p>1$, and for which a Holder continuous inverse is available. The interest in this class is partially motivated by examples arising from fluid mechanics. Our rotation bounds hereby presented improve the existing ones, for which the Holder continuity is not assumed. We also present examples proving sharpness. 
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