Representations of bounded harmonic functions
An open subsetD ofR d ,d≧2, is called Poissonian iff every bounded harmonic function on the set is a Poisson integral of a bounded function on its boundary. We show that the intersection of two Poissonian open sets is itself Poissonian and give a sufficient condition for the union of two Poissonian open sets to be Poissonian. Some necessary and sufficient conditions for an open set to be Poissonian are also given. In particular, we give a necessary and sufficient condition for a GreenianD to be Poissonian in terms of its Martin boundary.
KeywordsBrownian Motion Harmonic Function Open Ball Harmonic Measure Geometric Boundary
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