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From Monge–Ampère equations to envelopes and geodesic rays in the zero temperature limit

Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift
Författare Robert Berman
Publicerad i Mathematische Zeitschrift
Volym 291
Sidor 365-394
ISSN 00255874
Publiceringsår 2019
Publicerad vid Institutionen för matematiska vetenskaper
Sidor 365-394
Språk en
Länkar https://doi.org/10.1007/s00209-018-...
Ämneskategorier Algebra och logik, Geometri, Matematisk analys

Sammanfattning

© 2018, The Author(s). Let (X, θ) be a compact complex manifold X equipped with a smooth (but not necessarily positive) closed (1, 1)-form θ. By a well-known envelope construction this data determines, in the case when the cohomology class [θ] is pseudoeffective, a canonical θ-psh function u θ . When the class [θ] is Kähler we introduce a family u β of regularizations of u θ , parametrized by a large positive number β, where u β is defined as the unique smooth solution of a complex Monge–Ampère equation of Aubin–Yau type. It is shown that, as β→ ∞, the functions u β converge to the envelope u θ uniformly on X in the Hölder space C 1,α (X) for any α∈] 0 , 1 [(which is optimal in terms of Hölder exponents). A generalization of this result to the case of a nef and big cohomology class is also obtained and a weaker version of the result is obtained for big cohomology classes. The proofs of the convergence results do not assume any a priori regularity of u θ . Applications to the regularization of ω-psh functions and geodesic rays in the closure of the space of Kähler metrics are given. As briefly explained there is a statistical mechanical motivation for this regularization procedure, where β appears as the inverse temperature. This point of view also leads to an interpretation of u β as a “transcendental” Bergman metric.

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