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Chervova and D. 4) where the bold tensor index α runs through the values 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, whereas its non-bold counterpart α runs through the values 0, 1, 2, 3. 4) stands for a column of four zeros. 1 The coordinate x4 parametrises a circle of radius 2m . 3) means that the extended coframe ϑ experiences a full turn in the (ϑ1 , ϑ2 )-plane as we move along this circle, coming back to the starting point. We extend our metric as 1 Aα gαβ − m12 Aα Aβ m . 5) means that we view electromagnetism as a perturbation (shear) of the extended metric.

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Lions in [12]. 1). Concerning the boundary behavior, if 1 < p ≤ 2 then u blows-up on ∂Ω, while if p > 2, then u is bounded and H¨ older continuous up to ∂Ω. This striking difference between the cases p ≤ 2 and p > 2 reflects a similar feature occurring in the study of the exit-time problem, see [4]. Namely if 1 < p ≤ 2, the Dirichlet problem can be solved in the classical sense for any boundary datum g, while if p > 2 this is no longer true and there can be loss of boundary condition. In that case, the best one can expect, in general, is that the Dirichlet condition u = g is satisfied only in a generalized sense, see [4].

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