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Q+) L2 (@G) ;! y 0 Also, if u 2 C 1 (G) we see that 0 (u) is the restriction of u to @G. 2 provide a proof of the following result. 48 CHAPTER II. 3 Let G be a bounded open set in Rn which lies on one side of its boundary, @G, which we assume is a C 1-manifold. Then there exists a unique continuous and linear function 0 : H 1 (G) ! L2 (@G) such that for each u 2 C 1 (G), 0 (u) is the restriction of u to @G. The kernel of 0 is H01 (G) and its range is dense in L2 (@G). This result is a special case of the trace theorem which we brie y discuss.
1 We shall de ne the ( rst) trace operator 0 when G = Rn+ = fx = (x0 xn ) : x0 2 Rn;1 , xn > 0g, where we let x0 denote the (n;1)-tuple (x1 x2 : : : xn;1 ). For any ' 2 C 1 (G) and x0 2 Rn;1 we have j'(x 0)j = ; 0 2 Z1 0 Dn (j'(x0 xn )j2 ) dxn : Integrating this identity over Rn;1 gives Z k'( 0)k2L2 (Rn ; 1) Rn+ (Dn ' ' + ' Dn 'n )] dx 2kDn 'kL2 (Rn+) k'kL2 (Rn+) : The inequality 2ab a2 + b2 then gives us the estimate k'( 0)k2L2 (Rn 1) ; k'k2L2 (Rn+) + kDn'k2L2 (Rn+) : Since C 1 (Rn+ ) is dense in H 1 (Rn+ ), we have proved the essential part of the following result.
De ne G0 = SG and F0 = G f Fj : 1 j N g, so F0 G0 . Note also that G G fFj : 1 j N g and G f Fj : 0 j N g. For each j , 0 j N , let 1 n j 2 C0 (R ) be chosen so that 0 j (x) 1 for all x 2 Rn , supp( j ) Gj , and j (x) = 1 for x 2 Fj . LetS 2 C01(Rn ) be chosen with 0 (x) 1 n for all x 2 R , supp( ) G fFj : 1 j N g, and (x) P = 1 for x 2 G. Finally, for each j , 0 j N , we de ne j (x) = j (x) (x)= Nk=0 k (x) for x 2 f Fj : 0 j N g and j (x) = 0 for x 2 Rn f Fj : 1 j N g. Then we have j 2 C01(Rn ), j has support in Gj , j (x) 0, x 2 Rn and CHAPTER II.
A Survey of Numerical Mathematics [Vol I] by David M. Young, Robert Todd Gregory, Mathematics