On application of direct variational methods to the solution of parabolic boundary value problems of arbitrary order in the space variables

Karel Rektorys

Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal (1971)

  • Volume: 21, Issue: 2, page 318-339
  • ISSN: 0011-4642

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Rektorys, Karel. "On application of direct variational methods to the solution of parabolic boundary value problems of arbitrary order in the space variables." Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal 21.2 (1971): 318-339. <http://eudml.org/doc/12589>.

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Citations in EuDML Documents

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  1. Komil Kuliev, Lars-Erik Persson, An extension of Rothe's method to non-cylindrical domains
  2. Jindřich Nečas, Application of Rothe's method to abstract parabolic equations
  3. Karel Rektorys, Marie Ludvíková, A note on nonhomogeneous initial and boundary conditions in parabolic problems solved by the Rothe method
  4. Jozef Kačur, Application of Rothe's method to nonlinear evolution equations
  5. Jozef Kačur, Alojz Wawruch, On an approximate solution for quasilinear parabolic equations
  6. Jozef Kačur, Application of Rothe's method to perturbed linear hyperbolic equations and variational inequalities
  7. Jozef Kačur, Method of Rothe and nonlinear parabolic boundary value problems of arbitrary order
  8. Jozef Kačur, Nonlinear parabolic equations with the mixed nonlinear and nonstationary boundary conditions
  9. Jozef Kačur, A generalized maximum principle and estimates of max vrai u for nonlinear parabolic boundary value problems
  10. Milan Pultar, Solutions of abstract hyperbolic equations by Rothe method.

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