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We study solutions to Lu=f in Ω⊂Rn, being L the generator of any, possibly non-symmetric, stable Lévy process. On the one hand, we study the regularity of solutions to Lu=f in Ω, u=0 in Ωc, in C1,α domains Ω. We show that solutions u satisfy u/dγ∈Cε∘(Ω‾), where d is the distance to ∂Ω, and γ=γ(L,ν) is an explicit exponent that depends on the Fourier symbol of operator L and on the unit normal ν to the boundary ∂Ω. On the other hand, we establish new integration by parts identities in half spaces for such operators. These new identities extend previous ones for the fractional Laplacian, but the non-symmetric setting presents some new interesting features. Finally, we generalize the integration by parts identities in half spaces to the case of bounded C1,α domains. We do it via a new efficient approximation argument, which exploits the Hölder regularity of u/dγ. This new approximation argument is interesting, we believe, even in the case of the fractional Laplacian.
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1/01/19 → 30/06/25
30/11/18 → 30/11/22