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Free eBook Hyperbolic Equations: Proceedings of the Conference on Hyperbolic Equations and Related Topics, University of Padova, 1985 (Pitman Research Notes in download ISBN: 0470208694
Author: F. Colombini,M.K.V. Murthy
Publisher: Longman Science & Technology (December 1987)
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Persson, Wave equations with measures as coefficients, in Hyperbolic equations, Proceedings of the conference on Hyperbolic Equations and related topics, University of Padova, 1985, ed. Colombini and M. K. V. Murthy. Harlow: Longman 1987, pp. 130–140.

Persson, Wave equations with measures as coefficients, in Hyperbolic equations, Proceedings of the conference on Hyperbolic Equations and related topics, University of Padova, 1985, ed.

In an explicit form found hyperbolic equations with two independent . We analyze the character of the solutions of the difference equation obtained by using this method.

In an explicit form found hyperbolic equations with two independent variables and their solutions leading to the kernels of th. .At the end, some topics are indicated for further study and possible generalizations. Also the aim of the paper is to attract attention and give references to not widely known results on fractional powers of the Bessel differential operator.

The book focuses on the mathematical analyses involved in hyperbolic equations. The selection first elaborates on complex vector fields; holomorphic extension of CR functions and related problems; second microlocalization and propagation of singularities for semi-linear hyperbolic equations; and scattering matrix for two convex obstacles. Fundamental Solution for the Cauchy Problem of Hyperbolic Equation in Gevrey Class and the Propagation of Wave Front Sets. Ramifications d'Integrales Holomorphes.

Hyperbolic Equations and Related Topics covers the proceedings of the Taniguchi International Symposium, held in Katata, Japan on August 27-31, 1984 and in Kyoto, Japan on September 3-5, 1984. The selection first elaborates on complex vector fields; holomorphic extension of CR functions and related problems; second microlocalization and propagation of singularities for semi-linear hyperbolic equations; and scattering matrix for two convex obstacles

Hyperbolic Partial Dierential Equations and Geometric Optics, Graduate . Colombini and N. Lerner, Birkh¨auser Publ.

Hyperbolic Partial Dierential Equations and Geometric Optics, Graduate Studies in Mathematics vol. 133, American Mathematical Society, 2012, 384 pages. So. 82(1976), 465-468. Asymptotic behavior of solutions to hyperbolic partial dierential equations with zero speeds, Comm.

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