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

The concept of parabolic equations, a well-developed a part of the modern partial differential equations and mathematical physics, is the topic idea of of a huge examine task. a continual curiosity in parabolic equations is triggered either via the intensity and complexity of mathematical difficulties rising right here, and through its value in particular utilized difficulties of average technological know-how, expertise, and economics. This publication goals at a constant and, so far as attainable, an entire exposition of analytic tools of making, investigating, and utilizing basic strategies of the Cauchy challenge for the subsequent 4 sessions of linear parabolic equations with coefficients counting on all variables: -7 E : 2b-parabolic partial differential equations (parabolic equations of a qua- l homogeneous structure), during 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 periods of equations generalize in a variety of instructions the classical equations and platforms parabolic within the Petrovsky feel, which 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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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, ...

1* p(t, x; T, ~)}. 3. Main lemmas r(ao)[f((vo + VI}fJ}]m-1 ( )( }m' ao + m - 1 Vo + VI . . 70). 65) for n = 1. 15. Let n = 1. 71 ) with some J-l* E (0, J-l). :\, y; T, ~)) dy -00 Repeating the procedure we obtain the inequality Let m*:= [ 1+ jj:f13 ] + 1. 73) Chapter 1. Equations. Problems. Results. Methods. Examples 52 Now, for m > m*, we proceed in a different way, in order to preserve the exponential factor /1* in the estimates of further iterated kernels. p/3-1 d)" T 00 {/1 ' } dy. 71). 1.

58) (t,X;T,~) E P[~u,Tl. Proof. ,Y)E~2)(>\,y;T,~)((t - J { (2) , , . )().. 31). )().. )().. (r(2X))-1 (t - T)-M+2 X-1 E~2) (t, x; T, e). 3. Main lemmas 45 The subsequent iterated kernels are estimated in a similar way. 10. 5. Integrals and integral equations with polar singularities. 11. h (p, - T)-f3h dp, x J((t - p,)lh + Ix -ryl) -n-h ((p, - T)lh + Iry _ ~I) -n-b2 dry, IR n where 0 ::; T < t, b1 , b2 > 0, 0: + b1 < 'Y, and (3 + b2 < 'Y. 60) where C is independent of n, b1 , and b2 , and B is the beta-function.