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common characteristic is that those evolution difficulties might be formulated as asymptoti­ cally small perturbations of definite dynamical structures with better-known behaviour. Now, it always occurs that the perturbation is small in a truly vulnerable experience, accordingly the trouble (or impossibility) of utilising extra classical recommendations. although the strategy originated with the research of serious behaviour for evolu­ tion PDEs, in its summary formula it offers with a nonautonomous summary range­ ential equation (NDE) (1) Ut = A(u) + C(u, t), t > zero, the place u has values in a Banach area, like an LP area, A is an self reliant (time-independent) operator and C is an asymptotically small perturbation, in order that C(u(t), t) ~ ° as t ~ 00 alongside orbits {u(t)} of the evolution in a feeling to be made detailed, which in perform may be very vulnerable. We paintings in a scenario during which the independent (limit) differential equation (ADE) Ut = A(u) (2) has a well known asymptotic behaviour, and we wish to turn out that for big instances the orbits of the unique evolution challenge converge to a definite classification of limits of the self sufficient equation. extra accurately, we wish to turn out that the orbits of (NDE) are attracted by way of a undeniable restrict set [2* of (ADE), which can encompass equilibria of the independent equation, or it may be a extra complex object.

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2. The fact that the fundamental solutions are self-similar is important in what follows, the fact that they are explicit is not. Comparison of infinite space propagation for m = 1 and finite propagation for m > 1. 1. Heat Equation. Profile of the fundamental solutions of the HE at different times. x Fig. 2. Porous Medium Equation. Profile of the ZKB solutions at different times. The investigation of the PME during the last decades has shown that the sourcetype solutions playa big role as a paradigm of the properties and behaviour of wide 2.

IOC weak, -+ V 'V'ii'J: = O. 58) 2. 2). In fact, if r > 0, [oo[ JT J[f,N + [ {Ucpt _ VxU m . Vxcp}dxdt J[f,N U(x, r)cp(x, r)dx = 0. Step 4. IDENTIFICATION OF THE LIMIT. Thus far, we have posed the dynamics in the form of an initial value problem and we have introduced a method of rescaling which has allowed us to obtain, after passage to the limit, one or several new solutions of the original problem. These solutions, which we call the asymptotic dynamics, form a special subset of the set of all orbits of our dynamical system and represent the (scaled) asymptotic behaviour of the original orbits.

We will give further details as the equations appear in the corresponding chapters. 2 Basic mathematical properties In most of the cases, we consider nonnegative solutions u = u(x, t) ~ 0. The nonnegativity property of the solutions is guaranteed by the maximum principle which applies to all the equations. The heat equation In the case of the heat equation and its uniformly parabolic linear variants, the results are well known. 13) for any a > 0. If we impose the restriction that this is true for any a < ao, then the solution exists in some time interval < t < T.

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