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Barchiesi, Marco; Cagnetti, Filippo; Fusco, Nicola (2013)
Publisher: European Mathematical Society Publishing House
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: QA299

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arxiv: Mathematics::Metric Geometry, Mathematics::Differential Geometry
The isoperimetric inequality for Steiner symmetrization of any\ud codimension is investigated and the equality cases are characterized. Moreover, a quantitative version of this inequality is proven for convex sets.
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