On the Brezis–Lieb lemma without pointwise convergence

Adimurthi, . ; Tintarev, Cyril (2015) On the Brezis–Lieb lemma without pointwise convergence Nonlinear Differential Equations and Applications, 22 (5). pp. 1515-1521. ISSN 1021-9722

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Brezis–Lieb lemma is an improvement of Fatou Lemma that evaluates the gap between the integral of a functional sequence and the integral of its pointwise limit. The paper proves some analogs of Brezis–Lieb lemma without assumption of convergence almost everywhere. While weak convergence alone brings no conclusive estimates, a lower bound for the gap is found in Lp, p ≥ 3, under condition of weak convergence and weak convergence in terms of the duality mapping. We prove that the restriction on p is necessary and prove few related inequalities in connection to weak convergence.

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