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Nonlinear Wave Equations
 
Edited by: Yan Guo Brown University, Providence, RI
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Nonlinear Wave Equations
Edited by: Yan Guo Brown University, Providence, RI
Available Formats:
Softcover ISBN:  978-0-8218-2071-1
Product Code:  CONM/263
List Price: $64.00
MAA Member Price: $57.60
AMS Member Price: $51.20
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Product Code:  CONM/263.E
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    Contemporary Mathematics
    Volume: 2632000; 201 pp
    MSC: Primary 35; 37; 42; 49; 58; 70; 76; 85;

    This volume presents original research papers and expository articles from the conference in honor of Walter A. Strauss's sixtieth birthday held at Brown University in Providence (RI). The book offers a collection of original papers and expository articles mainly devoted to the study of nonlinear wave equations. The articles cover a wide range of topics, including scattering theory, dispersive waves, classical field theory, mathematical fluid dynamics, kinetic theory, stability theory, and variational methods. The book offers a nice cross-section of current trends and research directions in the study of nonlinear wave equations and related topics.

    Readership

    Graduate students and research mathematicians and physicists interested in partial differential equations.

  • Table of Contents
     
     
    • Articles
    • Claude Bardos, Jean-Michel Ghidaglia and Spyridon Kamvissis - Weak convergence and deterministic approach to turbulent diffusion [ MR 1777632 ]
    • Demetrios Christodoulou - On hyperbolicity [ MR 1777633 ]
    • J. Ginibre and G. Velo - Scattering theory in the energy space for a class of Hartree equations [ MR 1777634 ]
    • Robert T. Glassey and Jack Schaeffer - The relativistic Vlasov-Maxwell system in 2D and 2.5D [ MR 1777635 ]
    • Manoussos G. Grillakis - On the wave map problem [ MR 1777636 ]
    • Yan Guo - On the generalized Antonov stability criterion [ MR 1777637 ]
    • Tosio Kato - On the smoothness of trajectories in incompressible perfect fluids [ MR 1777638 ]
    • Carlos E. Kenig, Gustavo Ponce and Luis Vega - On the concentration of blow up solutions for the generalized KdV equation critical in $L^2$ [ MR 1777639 ]
    • Paul H. Rabinowitz - Heteroclinics to periodics of different homotopy type on $\mathbf {T}^2$ [ MR 1777640 ]
    • Jalal Shatah - Homoclinic orbits and spatiotemporal chaos [ MR 1777641 ]
    • Thomas C. Sideris - Uniform decay estimates for some hyperbolic equations [ MR 1777642 ]
    • Luis Vazquez - The sine-Gordon and $\phi ^4$ models perturbed with singular potentials [ MR 1777643 ]
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Volume: 2632000; 201 pp
MSC: Primary 35; 37; 42; 49; 58; 70; 76; 85;

This volume presents original research papers and expository articles from the conference in honor of Walter A. Strauss's sixtieth birthday held at Brown University in Providence (RI). The book offers a collection of original papers and expository articles mainly devoted to the study of nonlinear wave equations. The articles cover a wide range of topics, including scattering theory, dispersive waves, classical field theory, mathematical fluid dynamics, kinetic theory, stability theory, and variational methods. The book offers a nice cross-section of current trends and research directions in the study of nonlinear wave equations and related topics.

Readership

Graduate students and research mathematicians and physicists interested in partial differential equations.

  • Articles
  • Claude Bardos, Jean-Michel Ghidaglia and Spyridon Kamvissis - Weak convergence and deterministic approach to turbulent diffusion [ MR 1777632 ]
  • Demetrios Christodoulou - On hyperbolicity [ MR 1777633 ]
  • J. Ginibre and G. Velo - Scattering theory in the energy space for a class of Hartree equations [ MR 1777634 ]
  • Robert T. Glassey and Jack Schaeffer - The relativistic Vlasov-Maxwell system in 2D and 2.5D [ MR 1777635 ]
  • Manoussos G. Grillakis - On the wave map problem [ MR 1777636 ]
  • Yan Guo - On the generalized Antonov stability criterion [ MR 1777637 ]
  • Tosio Kato - On the smoothness of trajectories in incompressible perfect fluids [ MR 1777638 ]
  • Carlos E. Kenig, Gustavo Ponce and Luis Vega - On the concentration of blow up solutions for the generalized KdV equation critical in $L^2$ [ MR 1777639 ]
  • Paul H. Rabinowitz - Heteroclinics to periodics of different homotopy type on $\mathbf {T}^2$ [ MR 1777640 ]
  • Jalal Shatah - Homoclinic orbits and spatiotemporal chaos [ MR 1777641 ]
  • Thomas C. Sideris - Uniform decay estimates for some hyperbolic equations [ MR 1777642 ]
  • Luis Vazquez - The sine-Gordon and $\phi ^4$ models perturbed with singular potentials [ MR 1777643 ]
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