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Our first purpose is to extend the results from [14] on the radial defocusing NLS on the disc in double-struck R to arbitrary smooth (defocusing) nonlinearities and show the existence of a well-defined flow on the support of the Gibbs measure (which is the natural extension of the classical flow for smooth data). We follow a similar approach as in [8] exploiting certain additional a priori space-time bounds that are provided by the invariance of the Gibbs measure. Next, we consider the radial focusing equation with cubic nonlinearity (the mass-subcritical case was studied in [15]) where the Gibbs measure is subject to an L -norm restriction. A phase transition is established. For sufficiently small L -norm, the Gibbs measure is absolutely continuous with respect to the free measure, and moreover we have a well-defined dynamics. For sufficiently large L -norm cutoff, the Gibbs measure concentrates on delta functions centered at 0. This phenomenon is similar to the one observed in the work of Lebowitz, Rose, and Speer [13] on the torus. 2 2 2 2

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Annales de l'Institut Henri Poincare (C) Analyse Non Lineaire

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