Smoothness of Generalized Solutions of the Dirichlet Problem for Strongly Elliptic Functional Differential Equations with Orthotropic Contractions
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In the disk, we consider the first boundary-value problem for a functional differential equation containing transformations of orthotropic contractions of independent variables of the unknown function. We study the smoothness of generalized solutions inside special-type subdomains and near their boundaries and pose strong ellipticity conditions.
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