|Title:||Sets of finite perimeter and the Hausdorff-Gauss measure on the Wiener space|
|Author's alias:||日野, 正訓|
|Keywords:||Geometric measure theory|
Set of finite perimeter
|Publisher:||Elsevier Science B.V. Amsterdam|
|Journal title:||Journal of Functional Analysis|
|Abstract:||In Euclidean space, the integration by parts formula for a set of finite perimeter is expressed by the integration with respect to a type of surface measure. According to geometric measure theory, this surface measure is realized by the one-codimensional Hausdorff measure restricted on the reduced boundary and/or the measure-theoretic boundary, which may be strictly smaller than the topological boundary. In this paper, we discuss the counterpart of this measure in the abstract Wiener space, which is a typical infinite-dimensional space. We introduce the concept of the measure-theoretic boundary in the Wiener space and provide the integration by parts formula for sets of finite perimeter. The formula is presented in terms of the integration with respect to the one-codimensional Hausdorff-Gauss measure restricted on the measure-theoretic boundary.|
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