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By A. V. Azevedo, D. Marchesin (auth.), Barbara Lee Keyfitz, Michael Shearer (eds.)

This IMA quantity in arithmetic and its functions NONLINEAR EVOLUTION EQUATIONS that adjust variety relies at the court cases of a workshop which used to be a vital part of the 1988-89 IMA software on NONLINEAR WAVES. The workshop focussed on prob­ lems of ill-posedness and alter of sort which come up in modeling flows in porous fabrics, viscoelastic fluids and solids and part adjustments. We thank the Coordinat­ ing Committee: James Glimm, Daniel Joseph, Barbara Lee Keyfitz, Andrew Majda, Alan Newell, Peter Olver, David Sattinger and David Schaeffer for making plans and enforcing an exhilarating and stimulating year-long software. We specifically thank the workshop organizers, Barbara Lee Keyfitz and Michael Shearer, for his or her efforts in bringing jointly a few of the significant figures in these learn fields during which theories for nonlinear evolution equations that vary style are being built. A vner Friedman Willard Miller, J r. ix PREFACE throughout the wintry weather and spring quarters of the 1988/89 IMA software on Non­ linear Waves, the problem of switch of style in nonlinear partial differential equations seemed often. dialogue all started with the January 1989 workshop on ­ section Waves in Fluidized Beds, Sedimentation and Granular stream; many of the papers within the court cases of that workshop current innovations designed to prevent the looks of swap of variety in types for multiphase fluid flow.

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Nonlinear Evolution Equations That Change Type

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Note that Friedrichs' theory is for linear systems of partial differential equations (however see [6]). Thus it can apply directly only to linearized equations (of, say, viscoelasticity) but one hopes that the results will suggest correct boundary conditions for the nonlinear case. 1) Lu:= A(x,y)u x + B(x,y)u y + C(x,y)u = f(x,y) in a bounded region n in R2, where the unknown u is an m-vector. Although the theory is valid for n independent variables, we consider the case n = 2. The m-by-m matrices A and B are assumed to be CIon Q with C belonging to CO on Q.

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