The First Boundary Value Problem
We shall denote by Ω a bounded domain in Euclidean space R m , and by x = (x1, ⋯, x m ) a point in this space. All functions considered in Chapter I are assumed real unless otherwise specified. As usual, the symbol A ⊂ B means that the set A is contained in B, and Ā denotes the closure of the set A.
KeywordsWeak Solution Maximum Principle Interior Point Boundary Problem Integral Identity
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