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Cycles for asymptotic solutions and Weyl group
"... Abstract. In this paper cycles for asymptotic solutions are described. Cycles are enumerated by elements of symmetric group. Leading asymptotic and leading coefficient are calculated. Value of certain multiple integral over special cycles is calculated with the help of result of Opdam. In this paper ..."
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Abstract. In this paper cycles for asymptotic solutions are described. Cycles are enumerated by elements of symmetric group. Leading asymptotic and leading coefficient are calculated. Value of certain multiple integral over special cycles is calculated with the help of result of Opdam
Asymptotic Solutions to the Whitham Equations
, 2001
"... We extend a previous result, namely we show that the solution of the Whitham equations is asymptotically selfsimilar for generic monotone polynomial initial data with smooth perturbation. ..."
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We extend a previous result, namely we show that the solution of the Whitham equations is asymptotically selfsimilar for generic monotone polynomial initial data with smooth perturbation.
Asymptotic solution to the Dirichlet
"... problem for a twodimensional Riccatti’s type equation near a corner point ..."
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problem for a twodimensional Riccatti’s type equation near a corner point
A note on asymptotic solutions
"... This is a survey of my result [10]. In this talk, we consider the viscosity solutions of the Cauchy problem (1) $u_{t}+\alpha x\cdot Du+H(Du)=f $ for $(x, t)\in \mathrm{R}^{N}\cross(0, \infty) $, (2) $u_{t=0}=\emptyset $ for $x\in \mathrm{R}^{N} $, where $\alpha $ is a positive constant. Our goal i ..."
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This is a survey of my result [10]. In this talk, we consider the viscosity solutions of the Cauchy problem (1) $u_{t}+\alpha x\cdot Du+H(Du)=f $ for $(x, t)\in \mathrm{R}^{N}\cross(0, \infty) $, (2) $u_{t=0}=\emptyset $ for $x\in \mathrm{R}^{N} $, where $\alpha $ is a positive constant. Our goal
Asymptotic solution of the turbulent
"... The equations describing the rst two terms of an asymptotic expansion of the solution of the planar turbulent mixing layer for values of the velocity ratio close to one are obtained. The rst term of this expansion is the solution of the wellknown timeevolving problem and the second, which includes ..."
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The equations describing the rst two terms of an asymptotic expansion of the solution of the planar turbulent mixing layer for values of the velocity ratio close to one are obtained. The rst term of this expansion is the solution of the wellknown timeevolving problem and the second, which includes
Asymptotic Solution of the Helmholtz Equation.
"... This work is a study of approximations to solutions to a class of problem for the Helmholtz (reduced wave) equation vzH+ (N(r) /e)?H: o, o < e (< I (1.1.1) ..."
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This work is a study of approximations to solutions to a class of problem for the Helmholtz (reduced wave) equation vzH+ (N(r) /e)?H: o, o < e (< I (1.1.1)
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