## Abstract

In the present paper, it is found conditions on the complex coefficient of the Beltrami equations with the degeneration of the uniform ellipticity in the unit disk under which their generalized homeomorphic solutions are continuous by Hölder on the boundary. These results can be applied to the investigations of various boundary value problems for the Beltrami equations. In a series of recent papers, under the study of the boundary value problems of Dirichlet, Hilbert, Neumann, Poincare and Riemann with arbitrary measurable boundary data for the Beltrami equations as well as for the generalizations of the Laplace equation in anisotropic and inhomogeneous media, it was applied the logarithmic capacity, see e.g. Gutlyanskii V., Ryazanov V., Yefimushkin A. On the boundary value problems for quasiconformal functions in the plane // Ukr. Mat. Visn. - 2015. - 12, no. 3. - P. 363-389; transl. in J. Math. Sci. (N.Y.) - 2016. - 214, no. 2. - P. 200-219; Gutlyanskii V., Ryazanov V., Yefimushkin A. On a new approach to the study of plane boundary-value problems // Dopov. Nats. Akad. Nauk Ukr. Mat. Prirodozn. Tekh. Nauki. - 2017. - No. 4. - P. 12-18; Yefimushkin A. On Neumann and Poincare Problems in A-harmonic Analysis // Advances in Analysis. - 2016. - 1, no. 2. - P. 114-120; Efimushkin A., Ryazanov V. On the Riemann-Hilbert problem for the Beltrami equations in quasidisks // Ukr. Mat. Visn. - 2015. - 12, no. 2. - P. 190–209; transl. in J. Math. Sci. (N.Y.) - 2015. - 211, no. 5. - P. 646–659; Yefimushkin A., Ryazanov V. On the Riemann–Hilbert Problem for the Beltrami Equations // Contemp. Math. - 2016. - 667. - P. 299-316; Gutlyanskii V., Ryazanov V., Yakubov E., Yefimushkin A. On Hilbert problem for Beltrami equation in quasihyperbolic domains // ArXiv.org: 1807.09578v3 [math.CV] 1 Nov 2018, 28 pp. As well known, the logarithmic capacity of a set coincides with the so-called transfinite diameter of the set. This geometric characteristic implies that sets of logarithmic capacity zero and, as a consequence, measurable functions with respect to logarithmic capacity are invariant under mappings that are continuous by Hölder. That circumstance is a motivation of our research. Let \(D\) be a domain in the complex plane \(\mathbb C\) and let \(\mu: D\to\mathbb C\) be a measurable function with \( |\mu(z)| \lt 1 \) a.e. The equation of the form \(f_{\bar{z}}\ =\ \mu(z) f_z \) where \( f_{\bar z}={\bar\partial}f=(f_x+if_y)/2 \), \(f_{z}=\partial f=(f_x-if_y)/2\), \(z=x+iy\), \( f_x \) and \( f_y \) are partial derivatives of the function \(f\) in \(x\) and \(y\), respectively, is said to be a Beltrami equation. The function \(\mu\) is called its complex coefficient, and \( K_{\mu}(z)=\frac{1+|\mu(z)|}{1-|\mu(z)|}\) is called its dilatation quotient. The Beltrami equation is said to be degenerate if \({\rm ess}\,{\rm sup}\,K_{\mu}(z)=\infty\). The existence of homeomorphic solutions in the Sobolev class \(W^{1,1}_{\rm loc}\) has been recently established for many degenerate Beltrami equations under the corresponding conditions on the dilatation quotient \(K_{\mu}\), see e.g. the monograph Gutlyanskii V., Ryazanov V., Srebro U., Yakubov E. The Beltrami equation. A geometric approach. Developments in Mathematics, 26. Springer, New York, 2012 and the further references therein. The main theorem of the paper, Theorem 1, states that a homeomorphic solution \( f:\mathbb D\to\mathbb D \) in the Sobolev class \( W^{1,1}_{\rm loc} \) of the Beltrami equation in the unit disk \(\mathbb D\) has a homeomorphic extension to the boundary that is Hölder continuous if \(K_{\mu}\in L^1(\Bbb D)\) and, for some \(\varepsilon_0\in(0,1)\) and \(C\in[1,\infty)\), $$ \sup\limits_{\varepsilon\in(0,\varepsilon_0)} \int_{\mathbb D\cap D(\zeta,\varepsilon)}K_{\mu}(z) dm(z) \lt C \qquad \forall \zeta \in \partial \mathbb{D} $$ where \(D(\zeta,\varepsilon)=\left\{z\in{\Bbb C}: |z-\zeta| \lt \varepsilon\right\}\).

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