Journal of Mathematical Sciences

, Volume 85, Issue 6, pp 2428–2439 | Cite as

Local integral manifolds for a nonautonomous parabolic equation

  • A. Yu. Goritskii
  • M. I. Vishik


The paper deals with a quasilinear nonautonomous parabolic equation. A finite-dimensional Lipschitz integral manifold is constructed in a neighborhood of an equilibrium point of the limiting autonomous equation. It is proved that the integral manifold attracts exponentially all the solutions of the initial nonautonomous equation, passing through this neighborhood. Bibliography: 13 titles.


Manifold Equilibrium Point Parabolic Equation Integral Manifold Autonomous Equation 
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  • A. Yu. Goritskii
  • M. I. Vishik

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