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By Samuil D. Eidelman, Stepan D. Ivasyshen, Anatoly N. Kochubei

The idea of parabolic equations, a well-developed a part of the modern partial differential equations and mathematical physics, is the topic idea of of a massive examine task. a continuous curiosity in parabolic equations is brought on either by means of the intensity and complexity of mathematical difficulties rising right here, and by way of its significance in particular utilized difficulties of ordinary technology, expertise, and economics. This publication goals at a constant and, so far as attainable, a whole exposition of analytic tools of making, investigating, and utilizing basic options of the Cauchy challenge for the subsequent 4 periods of linear parabolic equations with coefficients looking on all variables: -7 E : 2b-parabolic partial differential equations (parabolic equations of a qua- l homogeneous structure), within which each spatial variable can have its personal to the time variable. weight with recognize E : degenerate partial differential equations of Kolmogorov's constitution, which 2 generalize classical Kolmogorov equations of diffusion with inertia. E3: pseudo-differential equations with non-smooth quasi-homogeneous symbols. E : fractional diffusion equations. four those sessions of equations generalize in numerous instructions the classical equations and structures parabolic within the Petrovsky experience, that have been outlined in [180] and studied in a few monographs [83, forty five, 146, 107, seventy six] and survey articles [102, 1, 215, 70, 46].

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N}. , Y; T, ~)dy IR" T t E~O)(t,X;T,~) j(t-A)X-ld>. )-Mdy T Suppose that for j T > 1, j-I IKmo+j(t, x; T, ~)I ::; Co(CoD)j II B(X, sx + l)(t - TFx E~O) (t, x; T, O. 46) 8=0 Then, as before, IKmo +j+l (t, x; T, ~)I j-l ::; Co(CoD)Hl II B(X, sx + l)E~O) (t, x; T,~) j 8=0 T t (t - A)X- l (>. - T)ixd>. 3. Main lemmas = Co(CoD)HI j II B(X, sx + l)(t - T)(Hl)X X E~O) (t, x; T, ~). 8=0 The well-known relation for Euler's Beta and Gamma functions B(a, b) f(a)r(b)jf(a + b), a> 0, b > 0, shows that It B(X, sx + 1) = It = (f(X)f(SX + l)jf((s + l)X + 1)) = (r(X))j jf(jx + 1).

4) where C > 0, aj equalities > 0, (3j > 0, and the numbers P~ and q; are determined from the 1 1 Pj Pj - + ,. = 1, 1 qj 1 + ,. = 1. qj Proof. 2) with x replaced by z. 3), and using the Cauchy theorem we obtain that g(z) = (21T)-n J exp{i(x + iy,O" + ir')}f(O" + ir')dO", IR n z := x + iy E en, for an arbitrary fixed point "( E lRn. 3), this implies the inequality Ig(z) 1<; (2,) -"Co exp { -(x, 1) + x IT J exp { -aj 100j IPi ~ b 11j I" } j + IYjO"j I} dO"j. 5) j=l lR Choose,,( E lR n in such a way that "(j = 5j (signXj)q;x;;-1,5j > O,j E {I, ...

Let us consider J4 . It follows from the definition of V4 that h = 0 if Ix 2(t - -r)(3. )a , -1().. 3. Main lemmas 49 J x Ix - ylb1-nl y - ~lb2-n dy. {yElP1n Ily-€1<2(t-T)i3} Using again Lemma 2 from Chapter 1 of [83] we find that J4 ::; C(t - T)a 1 +a 2 - 1 Ix - ~Ibl +b2 -n exp{ -ttp(t, x; T, ~)}, as desired. D Remark. 61). The proof is similar; we have only to use the appropriate estimate from the same lemma of [83]. 13. 64) where the constant depends on C2 - Cl. Proof. 64) as the sum h + h of two integrals corresponding to the decomposition IRn = WI U W 2 where WI := {y E IRnlly - xl::; (t - A)f3}, W2 := {y E IRnlly - xl> (t - A)f3}.

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