By Samuil D. Eidelman, Stepan D. Ivasyshen, Anatoly N. Kochubei

ISBN-10: 3034895925

ISBN-13: 9783034895927

The conception of parabolic equations, a well-developed a part of the modern partial differential equations and mathematical physics, is the topic thought of of a huge learn job. a continual curiosity in parabolic equations is brought on either by way of the intensity and complexity of mathematical difficulties rising right here, and by way of its value in particular utilized difficulties of usual technological know-how, know-how, and economics. This booklet goals at a constant and, so far as attainable, a whole exposition of analytic equipment of creating, investigating, and utilizing basic options of the Cauchy challenge for the subsequent 4 periods of linear parabolic equations with coefficients looking on all variables: -7 E : 2b-parabolic partial differential equations (parabolic equations of a qua- l homogeneous structure), within which each spatial variable could have its personal to the time variable. weight with appreciate E : degenerate partial differential equations of Kolmogorov's constitution, which 2 generalize classical Kolmogorov equations of diffusion with inertia. E3: pseudo-differential equations with non-smooth quasi-homogeneous symbols. E : fractional diffusion equations. four those sessions of equations generalize in numerous instructions the classical equations and platforms parabolic within the Petrovsky feel, which have been outlined in [180] and studied in a few monographs [83, forty five, 146, 107, seventy six] and survey articles [102, 1, 215, 70, 46].

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Results. Methods. Examples for example, one considers the Riemann-Liouville fractional derivative defined similarly, but without subtracting t-O:u(O, x), then the appropriate initial data will be the limit value (t --+ 0) of the fractional integral of a solution of the order 1 - n, not the limit value of the solution itself (see [202, 140]). 7 with N = 1). The basic problems are the same problems P 1-P 3 and Pr" as above. 4). 13), is the generator of the symmetric stable process, the most important representative of the class of Levy processes (stochastic processes with independent increments) interesting both for various applications (from physics to finance), and as an object of the theory of stochastic processes.

Problems. Results. Methods. 2) IR n determines the \]fDO only on smooth rapidly decreasing functions. 2) should be extended to wider classes of functions. Such extension is given by representing a \]fDO with a homogeneous symbol as a hyper-singular integral operator. Suppose that f(x) and n(x, 0) are bounded continuous complex-valued functions on lR n and lR n x sn-l respectively. 3) IR n where 0: > 0, I (~U) (x) = 2)-1)kCt f(x - kh), k=O I is a positive integer, and dn,l (0:) is a normalization constant, is called a hypersingular integral (HSI) of order 0: with characteristic n (note that n will often depend also on the time parameter t).

15. Let n = 1. 71 ) with some J-l* E (0, J-l). :\, y; T, ~)) dy -00 Repeating the procedure we obtain the inequality Let m*:= [ 1+ jj:f13 ] + 1. 73) Chapter 1. Equations. Problems. Results. Methods. Examples 52 Now, for m > m*, we proceed in a different way, in order to preserve the exponential factor /1* in the estimates of further iterated kernels. p/3-1 d)" T 00 {/1 ' } dy. 71). 1. Main assumptions. 1 ) in which N E N, the coefficients ak : II[o,T] -+ C NN , Ilkll :::; 2b, are bounded functions, f : II(o,T] -+ C N1 is a given function, U : II(o,T] -+ C N1 is an unknown function.