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Global attractors in abstract parabolic problems

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, UK, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Attractors (Mathematics),
  • Differential equations, Parabolic.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 225-233) and index.

    StatementJan W. Cholewa & Tomasz Dlotko ; in cooperation with Nathaniel Chafee.
    SeriesLondon Mathematical Society lecture note series ;, 278
    ContributionsDlotko, Tomasz., London Mathematical Society.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA614.813 .C48 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 235 p. ;
    Number of Pages235
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6900309M
    ISBN 100521794242
    LC Control Number00710511
    OCLC/WorldCa44014677

    dynamical system is global attractor of a semiflow. The first construction of a global attractor for some dissipative PDEs was in the seminal work of Ladyzhenskaya [28] in , then the theory of global attractors was developed by Foias and Temam [20], Babin and Vishik [3] and Hale [22]. Generally speaking, global attractor is a com-Author: Junyi Tu. UDC Mathematics Subject Classification: primary 37L05; secondary 37L30, 37L This book provides an exhaustive introduction to the scopeFile Size: 2MB. An attractor is a subset A of the phase space characterized by the following three conditions. A is forward invariant under f: if a is an element of A then so is f(t,a), for all t > 0.; There exists a neighborhood of A, called the basin of attraction for A and denoted B(A), which consists of all points b that "enter A in the limit t → ∞". More formally, B(A) is the set of all points b in.   In order to construct global attractors, an approach based on the notion of generalized semiflow is employed instead of the usual semi-group approach, since solutions of the Cauchy problem for the equation might not be unique.

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In particular the theory of global attractors is presented in detail. Extensive auxiliary material and rich references make this self-contained book suitable as an introduction for graduate students, and experts from other areas, who wish to enter this by: Existence of a global attractor -- abstract setting -- Global solvability and attractors in X[superscript [alpha]] scales -- Ch.

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theory of attractors for extended (translation-invariant) parabolic problems, given for example in [3]. Compared with the classics by Hale, Henry or Temam [1, 2, 4], this book is certainly more focused, but it does not give as much to enthuse over.

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First Online 20 May Author: Piotr Kalita. (global attractors) of parabolic problems behave continuously with respect to perturbations of the equation.

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Global attractors and exponential attractors are constructed for some quasilinear parabolic equations. The construction for the exponential attractor is carried out within the framework of the method of ℓ-trajectories.

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