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L. Granieri

On Action Minimizing Measures for the Monge-Kantorovich Problem

created by granieri on 01 Dec 2004
modified on 06 Sep 2010

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Published Paper

Inserted: 1 dec 2004
Last Updated: 6 sep 2010

Journal: NoDea
Volume: 14
Pages: 125-152
Year: 2007
Notes:

The original paper is available on http:/www.springer.combirkhausermathematicsjournal30


Abstract:

\begin{abstract}In recent years different authors have noticed and investigated some analogy between Mather's theory of minimal measures in Lagrangian dynamic and the mass transportation (or Monge-Kantorovich) problem. We replace the clousure and homological constraints of Mather's problem with boundary terms and we invesigate the equivalence with the mass transportation problem. %alence in general fails for superlinear Lagrangians. Actually, we % prove that the mass transportation problem is a constrained version of such problem % which recover the original Mather's problem in the case of zero boundary term. An Hamiltonian duality formula for the mass transportation and the equivalence with Brenier's formulation are also established.

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Keywords: Mather's minimal measures, Monge-Kantorovich problem, optimal transport problem, normal 1-currents


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