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The Kohn Algorithm on Denjoy-Carleman Classes

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The equivalence of the Kohn finite ideal type and the D'Angelo finite type with the subellipticity of the $\bar\partial$-Neumann problem is extended to pseudoconvex domains in $C^n$ whose defining function is in a Denjoy-Carleman quasianalytic class closed under differentiation. The proof involves algebraic geometry over a ring of germs of Denjoy-Carleman quasianalytic functions that is not known to be Noetherian and that is intermediate between the ring of germs of real-analytic functions and the ring of germs of smooth functions. It is also shown that this type of ring of germs of Denjoy-Carleman functions satisfies the $\sqrt{acc}$ property, one of the strongest properties a non-Noetherian ring could possess.

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