The heat and adjoint heat potentials

Miroslav Dont

Časopis pro pěstování matematiky (1980)

  • Volume: 105, Issue: 2, page 199-203
  • ISSN: 0528-2195

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Dont, Miroslav. "The heat and adjoint heat potentials." Časopis pro pěstování matematiky 105.2 (1980): 199-203. <http://eudml.org/doc/21427>.

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References

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  1. J. Král, Hölder-continuous heat potentials, Accad. Nazionale dei Lincei, Rend. Cl. di Sc. fis., mat. e nat., Ser. VIII, vol. LI (1971), 17-19. (1971) MR0308593
  2. J. Král, Removable singularities of solutions of semielliptic equations, Rendiconti di Mat. (4) vol. 6 (1973), Ser. VI, 1-21. (1973) MR0355289
  3. S. Mrzena, Ѕpojitost tepelných potenciálů, (Continuity of heat potentials), Thesis 1974. (1974) 
  4. S. Mrzena, Continuity of heat potentials, (to appear). Zbl0433.31003

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