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where:
4') The integral kernel s(x) y) is the distribution kernel of a properly supported,
pseudo-differential operator S G L\~^K(R ), /c 0, which has the transmission
property with respect to the boundary dD, and s(x, y) 0 off the diagonal
{(x,x)\xeRN} i n R ^ x R * .
6') Wl(x) = c(x) 0 in D.
Similarly, the boundary condition L can be written in the following form:
(0.2') Lu{x') = Qu{x') + fi(x')^(x') - 6(x')Wu(x') + Tu(x')
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( £ «
W
V)-£h^) + £W)^(*') + 7(*')«(*'))
+ Mz')^(z') - W « M +
(VM*')
+ E rt*')£:(*')
+ / r{x\ y')[u(y') - u{x')]dy' + / t{x\ y)[u(y) - u(x')]dy) ,
JdD JD J
where:
6') The integral kernel r(z', y') is the distribution kernel of a pseudo-differential
operator R L\~0Kl(dD), KX 0, and r(x'\y') 0 off the diagonal {(x',x')\x' G
9£} in 8D x 9Z.
7') The integral kernel t{x,y) is the distribution kernel of a properly supported,
pseudo-differential operator T L\~0K2(RN), K2 0, which has the transmis-
sion property with respect to the boundary dD, and t(x, y) 0 off the diagonal
{(x,x)]x eRN} mRN xRN.
9') n ( z ' ) = 77(2') 0 on 3D.
Then Theorems 1 and 2 may be simplified as follows:
T h e o r e m 3. Assume that the operator W and the boundary condition L are of
the forms (0.1*) and (0.2*), respectively. If the boundary condition L is transversal
on the boundary dD, then the operator 51 defined by formula (0.3) generates a
Feller semigroup {Tt}to on D.
T h e o r e m 4. Assume that the operator W and the boundary condition L are of
the forms (0.1') and (0.21), respectively. If conditions (A) and (H) are satisfied,
then the operator 21 defined by formula (0.4) generates a Feller semigroup {Tt}to
on D\M.
Theorems 1, 2, 3 and 4 solve from the viewpoint of functional analysis the
problem of construction of Feller semigroups with VentceP boundary conditions for
elliptic Waldenfels operators.
The rest of this paper is organized as follows.
In Chapter I, we present a brief description of the basic definitions and results
about a class of semigroups (Feller semigroups) associated with Markov processes,
which forms a functional analytic background for the proof of Theorems 1 and 2.
Chapter II provides a review of the basic concepts and results of the theory
of pseudo-differential operators - a modern theory of potentials - which will be
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