By Alexander B. Al'shin
The monograph is dedicated to the research of initial-boundary-value difficulties for multi-dimensional Sobolev-type equations over bounded domain names. The authors reflect on either particular initial-boundary-value difficulties and summary Cauchy difficulties for first-order (in the time variable) differential equations with nonlinear operator coefficients with admire to spatial variables. the most objective of the monograph is to acquire adequate stipulations for international (in time) solvability, to procure adequate stipulations for blow-up of options at finite time, and to derive higher and reduce estimates for the blow-up time. The monograph features a mammoth record of references (440 goods) and offers an total view of the modern state of the art of the mathematical modeling of assorted very important difficulties bobbing up in physics. because the checklist of references comprises many papers which were released formerly simply in Russian examine journals, it might additionally function a consultant to the Russian literature.
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