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Trends in evolution equation research.


Trends in evolution equation research.

Ed. by Gaston M. N'Guerekata.

Nova Science Publishers


186 pages




Twenty-one international academics contribute 15 papers describing recent research on the theory and methods of linear or nonlinear evolution equations and their further applications. The book also covers degenerate parabolic equations, abstract differential equations, comments on the Schrodinger equation, solutions in banach spaces, periodic and quasi-periodic solutions, concave L agragian systems and integral equations. As with previous books from this publisher, the editor's credentials are not stated, nor is the target audience. The preface consists primarily of abstracts reproduced from the individual chapters, rather than a summarization of or commentary on the book's contents.

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