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Energy of cutoff functions and heat kernel upper bounds

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S. Andres and M.T. Barlow*

It is well known that electrical resistance arguments provide (usually) the best method for determining whether a graph is transient or recurrent. In this talk I will discuss a similar characterization of ‘sub-diffusive behaviour’—this occurs in spaces with many obstacles or traps.

The characterization is in terms of the energy of cutoff functions in annuli.

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