The paper aims at proving global height estimates for Killing graphs defined over a complete manifold with non-empty boundary. To this end, we first point out how the geometric analysis on a Killing graph is naturally related to a weighted manifold structure, where the weight is defined in terms of the length of the Killing vector field. According to this viewpoint, we introduce some potential theory on weighted manifolds with boundary and we prove a weighted volume estimate for intrinsic balls on the Killing graph. Finally, using these tools, we provide the desired estimate for the weighted height function in the assumption that the Killing graph has constant weighted mean curvature and the weighted geometry of the ambient space is suitably controlled.

Height Estimates for Killing Graphs

Pigola, Stefano;Setti, Alberto G.
2018

Abstract

The paper aims at proving global height estimates for Killing graphs defined over a complete manifold with non-empty boundary. To this end, we first point out how the geometric analysis on a Killing graph is naturally related to a weighted manifold structure, where the weight is defined in terms of the length of the Killing vector field. According to this viewpoint, we introduce some potential theory on weighted manifolds with boundary and we prove a weighted volume estimate for intrinsic balls on the Killing graph. Finally, using these tools, we provide the desired estimate for the weighted height function in the assumption that the Killing graph has constant weighted mean curvature and the weighted geometry of the ambient space is suitably controlled.
http://www.springer.com/math/geometry/journal/12220
Constant mean curvature; Height estimates; Maximum principle; Potential theory; Geometry and Topology
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