Local gradient estimate for harmonic functions on Finsler manifolds

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Xia, Chao;

In this paper, we prove the local gradient estimate for harmonic functions on complete, noncompact Finsler measure spaces under the condition that the weighted Ricci curvature has a lower bound. As applications, we obtain Liouville type theorem on Finsler manifolds with... View more
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