Degenerate Parabolic Equations by Emmanuele DiBenedettoDegenerate Parabolic Equations by Emmanuele DiBenedetto

Degenerate Parabolic Equations

byEmmanuele DiBenedetto

Paperback | July 23, 1993

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Evolved from the author's lectures at the University of Bonn's Institut für angewandte Mathematik, this book reviews recent progress toward understanding of the local structure of solutions of degenerate and singular parabolic partial differential equations.
Title:Degenerate Parabolic EquationsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:388 pagesPublished:July 23, 1993Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/Trade

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ISBN - 10:0387940200

ISBN - 13:9780387940205

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Table of Contents

I. Notation and function spaces.- §1. Some notation.- §2. Basic facts aboutW1,p(?) andWo1,p(?).- §3. Parabolic spaces and embeddings.- §4. Auxiliary lemmas.- §5. Bibliographical notes.- II. Weak solutions and local energy estimates.- §1. Quasilinear degenerate or singular equations.- §2. Boundary value problems.- §3. Local integral inequalities.- §4. Energy estimates near the boundary.- §5. Restricted structures: the levelskand the constant ?.- §6. Bibliographical notes.- III. Hölder continuity of solutions of degenerate parabolic equations.- §1. The regularity theorem.- §2. Preliminaries.- §3. The main proposition.- §4. The first alternative.- §5. The first alternative continued.- §6. The first alternative concluded.- §7. The second alternative.- §8. The second alternative continued.- §9. The second alternative concluded.- §10. Proof of Proposition 3.1.- §11. Regularity up tot= 0.- §12. Regularity up toST. Dirichlet data.- §13. Regularity atST. Variational data.- §14. Remarks on stability.- §15. Bibliographical notes.- IV. Hölder continuity of solutions of singular parabolic equations.- §1. Singular equations and the regularity theorems.- §2. The main proposition.- §3. Preliminaries.- §4. Rescaled iterations.- §5. The first alternative.- §6. Proof of Lemma 5.1. Integral inequalities.- §7. An auxiliary proposition.- §8. Proof of Proposition 7.1 when (7.6) holds.- §9. Removing the assumption (6.1).- §10. The second alternative.- §11. The second alternative concluded.- §12. Proof of the main proposition.- §13. Boundary regularity.- §14. Miscellaneous remarks.- §15. Bibliographical notes.- V. Boundedness of weak solutions.- §1. Introduction.- §2. Quasilinear parabolic equations.- §3. Sup-bounds.- §4. Homogeneous structures. 2.- §5. Homogeneous structures. The singular case 1 max\left\{ {1;\frac{{2N}}{{N + 2}}} \right\}} \right)$$.- §9. Global iterative inequalities.- §10. Homogeneous structures and $$1 2.- §1. Introduction.- §2. The intrinsic Harnack inequality.- §3. Local comparison functions.- §4. Proof of Theorem 2.1.- §5. Proof of Theorem 2.2.- §6. Global versus local estimates.- §7. Global Harnack estimates.- §8. Compactly supported initial data.- §9. Proof of Proposition 8.1.- §10. Proof of Proposition 8.1 continued.- §11. Proof of Proposition 8.1 concluded.- §12. The Cauchy problem with compactly supported initial data.- §13. Bibliographical notes.- VII. Harnack estimates and extinction profile for singular equations.- §1. The Harnack inequality.- §2. Extinction in finite time (bounded domains).- §3. Extinction in finite time (in RN).- §4. An integral Harnack inequality for all 1 2).- §4. Hölder continuity ofDu (the case 1 2).- §5. Estimating the local average of |Dw| (the casep> 2).- §6. Estimating the local averages of w (the casep> 2).- §7. Comparing w and y (the case max $$\left\{ {1;\tfrac{{2N}}{{N + 2}}} \right\} 2.- §1. Introduction.- §2. Behaviour of non-negative solutions as |x| ? ? and as t ? 0.- §3. Proof of (2.4).- §4. Initial traces.- §5. Estimating |Du|p?1 in ?T.- §6. Uniqueness for data inLloc1(RN).- §7. Solving the Cauchy problem.- §8. Bibliographical notes.- XII. Non-negative solutions in ?T. The case 1 The uniqueness theorem.- §6. An auxiliary proposition.- §7. Proof of the uniqueness theorem.- §8. Solving the Cauchy problem.- §9. Compactness in the space variables.- §10. Compactness in thetvariable.- §11. More on the time-compactness.- §12. The limiting process.- §13. Bounded solutions. A counterexample.- §14. Bibliographical notes.