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Nonlinear perturbations and abstract evolution equations in general banach spaces

  • Gabriella Di Blasio
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Summary

Part I deals with the problem of determining sufficient conditions under which the sum of two m-accretive operators on a closed convex set Q1 is m-accretive on Q1. Part II is concerned with the initial value problem: u′+Au+g(u)=v, u(0)=u0. Applications are given to the Boltzmann equation.

Keywords

Evolution Equation Boltzmann Equation Nonlinear Perturbation Abstract Evolution Abstract Evolution Equation 
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© Fondazione Annali di Matematica Para ed Applicata 1975

Authors and Affiliations

  • Gabriella Di Blasio
    • 1
  1. 1.Roma

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