Rendiconti dell'Istituto di matematica dell'Università di Trieste: an International Journal of Mathematics vol.31 (2000) s2 : [14] Collection home page

CONTENTS

Rentaro Agemi
Global existence of nonlinear elastic waves

Philippe Clément and Stig-Olof Londen
Regularity aspects of fractional evolution equations

Ferruccio Colombini and Tatsuo Nishitani
On second order weakly hyperbolic equations and the Gevrey classes

P. D'Ancona, Vladimir Georgiev and Hideo Kubo
Weighted Strichartz estimate for the wave equation and low regularity solutions

Donatella Donatelli and Pierangelo Marcati
1-D Relaxation from Hyperbolic to Parabolic Systems with Variable Coefficients

Yury V. Egorov and Vladimir A. Kondratiev
On global solutions to a semilinear elliptic boundary problem in an unbounded domain

Vladimir Georgiev, Charlotte Heiming and Hideo Kubo
Critical exponent for wave equation with potential

Koji Kikuchi
Constructing weak solutions in a direct variational method and an application of varifold theory

Hideo Kubo and Masahito Ohta
Global existence and blow-up of the classical solutions to systems of semilinear wave equations in three space dimensions

Sandra Lucente and Guido Ziliotti
Global existence for a quasilinear Maxwell system

Albert Milani
Life-Span of solutions to nonlinear dissipative evolution equations: a singular perturbation approach

Atanasio Pantarrotas
Finite time blow-up for solutions of a hyperbolic system: the critical case

Hiroyuki Takamura
The lifespan of classical solutions to systems of nonlinear wave equations

Enzo Vitillaro
Some new results on global nonexistence and blow-up for evolution problems with positive initial energy

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GeorgievHeimingKuboRendMat31s2.pdf.jpg2000Critical exponent for wave equation with potentialGeorgiev, Vladimir; Heiming, Charlotte; Kubo, Hideo
VitillaroRendMat31s2.pdf.jpg2000Some new results on global nonexistence and blow-up for evolution problems with positive initial energyVitillaro, Enzo
TakamuraRendMat31s2.pdf.jpg2000The lifespan of classical solutions to systems of nonlinear wave equationsTakamura, Hiroyuki
PantarrotasRendMat31s2.pdf.jpg2000Finite time blow-up for solutions of a hyperbolic system: the critical casePantarrotas, Atanasio
MilaniRendMat31s2.pdf.jpg2000Life-Span of solutions to nonlinear dissipative evolution equations: a singular perturbation approachMilani, Albert
LucenteZiliottiRendMat31s2.pdf.jpg2000Global existence for a quasilinear Maxwell systemLucente, Sandra; Ziliotti, Guido
KuboOhtaRendMat31s.pdf.jpg2000Global existence and blow-up of the classical solutions to systems of semilinear wave equations in three space dimensionsOhta, Masahito; Kubo, Hideo
KikuchiRendMat31s2.pdf.jpg2000Constructing weak solutions in a direct variational method and an application of varifold theoryKikuchi, Koji
GeorgievDanconaKubo.pdf.jpg2000Weighted Strichartz Estimate for the Wave Equation and Low Regularity SolutionsGeorgiev, Vladimir; D'Ancona, P.; Kubo, Hideo
EgorovKondratievRendMat31s2.pdf.jpg2000On global solutions to a semilinear elliptic boundary problem in an unbounded domainEgorov, Yuri V.; Kondratiev, Vladimir A.
DonatelliMarcatiRendMat31s2.pdf.jpg20001-$\cal D$ relaxation from hyperbolic to parabolic systems with variable coefficientsDonatelli, Donatella; Marcati, Pierangelo
ColombiniNishitaniRendMat31s2.pdf.jpg2000On second order weakly hyperbolic equations and the Gevrey classesColombini, Ferruccio; Nishitani, Tatsuo
ClementLondenRendMat31s2.pdf.jpg2000Regularity aspects of fractional evolution equationsClément, Philippe; Londen, Stig-Olof
AgemiRendMat31s2.pdf.jpg2000Global existence of nonlinear elastic wavesAgemi, Rentaro
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 14 of 14
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