Unexpected solutions of first and second order partial differential equations.

Müller, Stefan; Šverák, Vladimir

Documenta Mathematica (1998)

  • page 691-702
  • ISSN: 1431-0643

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Müller, Stefan, and Šverák, Vladimir. "Unexpected solutions of first and second order partial differential equations.." Documenta Mathematica (1998): 691-702. <http://eudml.org/doc/230830>.

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year = {1998},
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