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Let N > 0. Set GN (x, y) := max(G(x, y), −N ), a truncation of the function G(x, y). The functions GN are continuous in Rm × Rm and GN (x, y) ↓ G(x, y) for every (x, y) when N → ∞. Set ΠN (x, μ, D) := − GN (x, y, D)μ(dy). The functions ΠN are continuous and ΠN (x, •) ↑ Π(x, •) by the B. 2). 9). Let us prove GPo5). 4 (D and C ∗ convergences) lim ΠN (x, μn , D) = ΠN (x, μ, D). n→∞ Further Π(x, μn , D) ≥ ΠN (x, μn , D), hence lim inf Π(x, μn , D) ≥ ΠN (x, μ, D). n→∞ Passing to the limit while N → ∞, we obtain GPo5).

Auxiliary Information. 3) holds in D (Ω). Let f (x) be a continuous function on ∂Ω. , [Vl, Ch. 4) ∂Ω is the only harmonic function that coincides with f on ∂Ω. The unique solution of the Poisson equation Δu = p, u|∂Ω = f for a continuous function p is given by the formula u(x, f, p) := f (y) ∂ −1 G(x, y, Ω)dsy + θm ∂ny G(x, y, Ω)p(y)dy. We can deﬁne a G(x, y, D) in the following way. Consider a sequence Ωn of a Lipschitz domain such that Ωn ↑ D. The sequence of the corresponding Green functions G(x, y, Ωn ) monotonically decreases.

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