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Zbl 0804.35139
Yong, Jiongmin; Pan, Liping
Quasi-linear parabolic partial differential equations with delays in the highest order spatial derivatives.
(English)
[J] J. Aust. Math. Soc., Ser. A 54, No.2, 174-203 (1993). ISSN 0263-6115

Parabolic partial differential equations with delays are studied with delays in the highest order derivatives. These are of the form $$u\sb t = u\sb{xx} + F \bigl( u(t,x), u\sb x(t,x),u(t + \theta,x), u\sb x(t + \theta,x), u\sb{xx} (t + \theta,x) \bigr)$$ where $F$ contains integral and pointwise operators. The approach is based on an abstract evolution equation of the form $$\dot u(t) + Au(t) = G \bigl( t,u\sb t (\cdot) \bigr), \qquad u(0) = x, \qquad u(t) = \varphi (t), \quad \text {a.e. } t \in [-r,0).$$ Firstly it is shown that this equation has a unique mild solution for any $\varphi \in L\sp 2\sb{\text {loc}} (-r,\infty; {\cal D} (A))$. Then some regularity and asymptotic properties of the solution are derived. Finally the results are applied to an integral class of delay systems and the linear case is dealt with in some depth.
[S.P.Banks (Sheffield)]
MSC 2000:
*35R10 Difference-partial differential equations
35G10 Initial value problems for linear higher-order PDE
35K25 Higher order parabolic equations, general

Keywords: abstract evolution equation; regularity; asymptotic properties

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