# Geometric properties of planar BV-extension domains

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Journal: in "Around the research of Vladimir Maz'ya. {I}"
Volume: 11
Year: 2010
Doi: 10.1007/978-1-4419-1341-8_11}

Abstract:

A domain $\Omega\subset R^2$ is called a $BV$-extension domain if there is a constant $c$ and an extension operator $T:BV(\Omega)\to BV(R^2)$, not necessarily linear, so that $Tu_{ \Omega}=u$ and $\ Tu\ _{BV(R^2)}\leq c \ u\ _{BV(\Omega)}$. The main result of the paper is the following:

Let $\Omega\subset R^2$ be a bounded, simply connected domain. Then $\Omega$ is a $BV$-extension domain if and only if the complement of $\Omega$ is a quasidisk, i.e. for every $x,y\in R^2 \setminus \Omega$ there is a rectifiable curve $\gamma\subset R^2\setminus \Omega$ connecting $x$ and $y$ with $length(γ)\leq C x−y$.

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