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Deﬁnition 4.5 yields that ug = limj→+∞ ugj and therefore it follows from Lemma 4.6 that ug ∈ E and (ddcug )n = g (ddc u)n .
Monge-Ampere measures on pluripolar sets
Then by Lemma 4.6 we have that uf , ug ∈ F , uf ≥ umax(f ,g) and = f (ddc u)n = max(f , g )(ddcu)n = (cid:0)ddcumax(f ,g) (cid:1)n (cid:0)ddcuf (cid:1)n Hence, by Theorem 3.6 we have that uf = umax(f ,g) .
Monge-Ampere measures on pluripolar sets
Then v ∈ F , (ddc v)n = ν , ν has no atoms and it is supported by a pluripolar set.
Monge-Ampere measures on pluripolar sets
In Lemma 4.11 we will use the notation that αu = fu (ddcφu )n and βu refereing to this decomposition.
Monge-Ampere measures on pluripolar sets
If there exists a function ϕ ∈ E such that (ddcϕ)n vanishes on pluripolar sets and |u − v | ≤ −ϕ, then βu = βv .
Monge-Ampere measures on pluripolar sets
B ((ddcψ)n , v) = {ϕ ∈ E : (ddcψ)n ≤ (ddcϕ)n and ϕ ≤ v} , then u ∈ N (H ) and (ddcu)n = (ddcψ)n + (ddc v)n .
Monge-Ampere measures on pluripolar sets
By Theorem 2.4 we can choose a decreasing sequence [vj ], vj ∈ E0 ∩ C ( ¯Ω), that converge pointwise to v as j → +∞, and use Theorem 3.7 to solve (ddcwj )n = (ddc vj )n , wj ∈ N (H ), j ∈ N.
Monge-Ampere measures on pluripolar sets
E0 ∩ C ( ¯Ω) , and therefore it follows that (ddcu)n is carried by {u = −∞} and since v ≥ u ≥ v + H it follows from Lemma 4.11 that (ddcu)n = (ddc v)n .
Monge-Ampere measures on pluripolar sets
Note that u ∈ P SH(Ω), u ≤ 0, as soon as v is only negative and upper semicontinuous and B ((ddcψ)n , v) 6=
Monge-Ampere measures on pluripolar sets
The function (ψ + v) belongs to B ((ddcψ)n , v) and therefore we have that v + ψ ≤ u ≤ v .
Monge-Ampere measures on pluripolar sets
By Lemma 4.11 we have that β = (ddc v)n , and we have already noted that α ≥ (ddcψ)n .
Monge-Ampere measures on pluripolar sets
Theorem 3.7, there exists a unique function wj ∈ N (H ) with (ddcwj )n = (ddcψ)n + (ddc vj )n .
Monge-Ampere measures on pluripolar sets
It follows from Corollary 3.2 that wj ∈ B ((ddcψ)n , vj ), so if we let uj = sup {ϕ : ϕ ∈ B ((ddcψ)n , vj )} , then [uj ] decreases pointwise to u, as j → +∞.
Monge-Ampere measures on pluripolar sets
Since we know that α ≥ (ddcψ)n it follows that for all ρ ∈ E0 ∩ C ( ¯Ω) we have that RΩ ρα = RΩ ρ(ddcψ)n , and therefore is α = (ddcψ)n .
Monge-Ampere measures on pluripolar sets
For each j ∈ N, let µj be the measure deﬁned by µj = min(ϕ, j )(ddc φ)n .
Monge-Ampere measures on pluripolar sets
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