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Addition de variables et application à la régularité

Bernard Helffer (1978)

Annales de l'institut Fourier

On montre dans cet article comment des théorèmes récents d’hypoellipticité ou de propagation des singularités peuvent être améliorés par une méthode d’addition de variables qui permet dans certains cas de “désingulariser” l’ensemble caractéristique.

Behaviour of the support of the solution appearing in some nonlinear diffusion equation with absorption

Tomoeda, Kenji (2017)

Proceedings of Equadiff 14

Numerical experiments suggest interesting properties in the several fields of fluid dynamics, plasma physics and population dynamics. Among such properties, we may observe the interesting phenomena; that is, the repeated appearance and disappearance phenomena of the region penetrated by the fluid in the flow through a porous media with absorption. The model equation in two dimensional space is written in the form of the initial-boundary value problem for a nonlinear diffusion equation with the effect...

Catastrophes and partial differential equations

John Guckenheimer (1973)

Annales de l'institut Fourier

This paper outlines the manner in which Thom’s theory of catastrophes fits into the Hamilton-Jacobi theory of partial differential equations. The representation of solutions of a first order partial differential equation as lagrangian manifolds allows one to study the local structure of their singularities. The structure of generic singularities is closely related to Thom’s concept of the elementary catastrophe associated to a singularity. Three concepts of the stability of a singularity are discussed....


D. V. Choodnovsky, G. V. Choodnovsky (1977/1978)

Séminaire sur les équations non linéaires (Choodnovsky)

Large time behavior in a density-dependent population dynamics problem with age structure and child care

Vladas Skakauskas (2003)

Banach Center Publications

Two asexual density-dependent population dynamics models with age-dependence and child care are presented. One of them includes the random diffusion while in the other the population is assumed to be non-dispersing. The population consists of the young (under maternal care), juvenile, and adult classes. Death moduli of the juvenile and adult classes in both models are decomposed into the sum of two terms. The first presents death rate by the natural causes while the other describes the environmental...

Multi-bump solutions for nonlinear Schrödinger equations with electromagnetic fields

Huirong Pi, Chunhua Wang (2013)

ESAIM: Control, Optimisation and Calculus of Variations

In this paper, we are concerned with the existence of multi-bump solutions for a nonlinear Schrödinger equations with electromagnetic fields. We prove under some suitable conditions that for any positive integer m, there exists ε(m) > 0 such that, for 0 < ε < ε(m), the problem has an m-bump complex-valued solution. As a result, when ε → 0, the equation has more and more multi-bump complex-valued solutions.

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