By Wolfgang Tutschke, H. Florian, Helmut Florian, N. Ortner, F. J. Schnitzer, W. Tutschke

Practical research isn't just a device for unifying mathematical research, however it additionally offers the history for cutting-edge swift improvement of the idea of partial differential equations. utilizing strategies of practical research, the sector of complicated research has built tools (such because the idea of generalized analytic features) for fixing very basic sessions of partial differential equations. This booklet is aimed toward selling additional interactions of practical research, partial differential equations, and intricate research together with its generalizations resembling Clifford research. New attention-grabbing difficulties within the box of partial differential equations difficulty, for example, the Dirichlet challenge for hyperbolic equations. purposes to mathematical physics tackle mostly Maxwell's equations, crystal optics, dynamical difficulties for cusped bars, and conservation legislation.

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A d 0 _ 1 A d 0 + i A . . A d C „ + O((C,x)) 3=1 for (C,^) —> 0, the equation holding in the space £ln~l(Cn) of (n — 1)—forms on C n . We also use j]x to orient the (n — 2)—dimensional sphere Sx on which ax is defined. 40 (v) If x £ K \ W and a^ = 0 (the Petrovsky condition), then E is a polynomial of the degree m — n in the connectivity component of x in K \ W. ) E x a m p l e s 3) Let n = 3, P(£) = g - £f - ff, •& = (1,0,0), and E = E(P) as in (i) above. Then T = {£ £ R 3 : & > |£'|}, where £' = ( 6 , 6 ) - The dual cone of T is K = {x £ R 3 : x\ > \x'\} (here x' = (22,23)) and, by (ii), K contains supp E.

Their theory was subsumed and generalized in 1970/73 by Michael Atiyah, Raoul Bott and Lars Garding in the fundamental papers x . Building up on them Johan Fehrman introduced in 1975 the class of hybrid operators, which, by definition, possess fundamental solutions that are real-analytic outside proper cones. As an example, he showed that d\ + 9 | + df is hybrid with respect to the direction N = (1,1,1) (see 2 , p. 223) and, therefore, it possesses a fundamental solution which is real analytic outside the wave front surface dL with respect to N (see 2 , Th.

However the existence of a classical solution u(x, y) € C3(D) has not been considered in [1]. In the noncharacteristic case (T = 0) and for curves T of a small curvature such a result was obtained in [3]. The following theorem is the main result of this work. Theorem 2 / / at least one of the characteristic sets 7 ^ and 7^2 is finite and the set N^ is empty then for arbitrary functions G £ C1(D) and h € C3(dD) a generalized solution u(x,y) of problem (1) is classical one. 4 Proof of Theorem 2 The proof consists of two parts.