Recent Topics in Nonlinear PDE - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780444875440, 9780080872094

Recent Topics in Nonlinear PDE, Volume 98

1st Edition

Editors: M. Mimura T. Nishida
Hardcover ISBN: 9780444875440
eBook ISBN: 9780080872094
Imprint: North Holland
Published Date: 1st January 1984
Page Count: 238
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Table of Contents

On the Fluid Dynamical Limit of the Boltzmann Equation (K. Asano and S. Ukai). Neumann Layer Phenomena in Nonlinear Diffusion Systems (H. Fujii and Y. Hosono). Water Waves and Friedrichs Expansion (T. Kano and T. Nishida). Global Existence and Stability of Solutions for Discrete Velocity Models of the Boltzmann Equation (S. Kawashima). Blow-up of Solutions for Quasi-Linear Wave Equations in Two Space Dimensions (K. Masuda). A Kinetic Approximation of Entropy Solutions of First Order Quasilinear Equations (T. Miyakawa). Instability of Spatially Homogeneous Pediodic Solutions to Delay-Diffusion Equations (Y. Morita). On Some Nonlinear Dispersive Systems and the Associated Nonlinear Evolution Operators (S. Oharu and T. Takahashi). Nonstationary or Stationary Free Boundary Problems for Perfect Fluid with Surface Tension (H. Okamoto). Global Existence Theorem for Nonlinear Wave Equation in Exterior Domain (Y. Shibata and Y. Tsutsumi). Diffusion Processes and Partial Differential Equations (K. Taira). Free Boundary Problems for the Equations of Motion of General Fluids (A. Tani). Scattering of Solutions of Nonlinear Klein-Gordon Equations in Higher Space Dimensions (M. Tsutsumi and N. Hayashi).


This volume contains papers covering the theory of nonlinear PDEs and the related topics which have been recently developed in Japan.


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About the Editors

M. Mimura Editor

T. Nishida Editor