In this paper, we introduce several mixed Lp geominimal surface areas for multiple convex bodies for all $−n\neq p \in R$. Our definitions are motivated from an equivalent formula for the mixed p-affine surface area. Some properties, such as the affine invariance, for these mixed Lp geominimal surface areas are proved. Related inequalities, such as, Alexander-Fenchel type inequality, Santal´o style inequality, affine isoperimetric inequalities, and cyclic inequalities are established. Moreover, we also study some properties and inequalities for the i-th mixed Lp geominimal surface areas for two convex bodies.
In this paper, we establish a number of Lp-affine isoperimetric inequalities for Lp-geominimal surface area. In particular, we obtain a Blaschke–
Santal´o type inequality and a cyclic inequality between different Lp-geominimal surface
areas of a convex body.
This paper deals with Lp geominimal surface area and its extension to Lp mixed geominimal surface area. We give an integral formula of Lp geominimal surface area by the p-Petty body and introduce the concept of Lp mixed geominimal surface area which is a natural extension of Lp geominimal surface area. Some inequalities, such as, analogues of Alexandrov–Fenchel inequalities, Blaschke–Santaló inequalities, and affine isoperimetric inequalities for Lp mixed geominimal surface areas are obtained.
In 1999, Dar conjectured if there is a stronger version of the celebrated Brunn-Minkowski inequality. However, as pointed out by Campi, Gardner, and Gronchi in 2011, this problem seems to be open even for planar o-symmetric convex bodies. In this paper, we give a positive answer to Dar’s conjecture for all planar convex bodies. We also give the equality condition of this stronger inequality.
For planar o-symmetric convex bodies, the log-Brunn-Minkowski inequality was established by B¨or¨oczky, Lutwak, Yang, and Zhang in 2012. It is stronger than the classical Brunn-Minkowski inequality, for planar o-symmetric convex bodies. Gaoyong Zhang asked if there is a general version of this inequality. Fortunately, the solution of Dar’s conjecture, especially, the definition of “dilation position”, inspires us to obtain a general version of the log-Brunn-Minkowski inequality. As expected, this inequality implies the classical Brunn-Minkowski inequality for all planar convex bodies.
In this paper, the Lp(p\geq1) mean zonoid of a convex body K is given, and we show that it is the Lp centroid body of radial (n+p)th mean body of K up to a dilation. We also establish some affine inequalities of these bodies by proving that the volume of the new bodies is decreasing under Steiner symmetrization.