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accepted | what's the idea behind Carleman estimate |
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what's the idea behind Carleman estimate
Dear Alan, here $D=\frac{1}{i}\frac{d}{dx}$ |
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integration by parts for the fractional Laplacian
$(-\Delta)^{s}$ is positive if and only if $0<s\les 1$, and they generates positive heat semigroup $e^{-t(-\Delta)^{s}}$. |
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Nonintegrable inverse powers as distributions
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Nonintegrable inverse powers as distributions
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answered | Nonintegrable inverse powers as distributions |
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accepted | Fourier transform and spectrum of PDOs in $L^p$ |
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Is there a good way to estimate the Fourier transform of $\frac{1}{\lambda-iP(\xi)}$
Dear Anatoly Kochubei, I couldn't get it through the internet, neither in my school library. Would you show me what the detailed reslult is? Thanks very much. |
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Why is symplectic geometry so important in modern PDE ?
@David: Thanks very much |
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T. Carleman's method on eigenvalues asymptotics
I found that C.Sogge's [Lectures on eigenfunctions][1] is also a wonderful reference [1]: mathnt.mat.jhu.edu/sogge/zju/0LecturesOnEigenfunctions.pdf |
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Integral kernel for the resolvent of the laplace operator
If n equal to 1 or 3,then the inverse fourier transform of $(\xi^{2}-z)^{-1}$ is $c_{n}\frac{e^{-\sqrt{z}|x|}}{|x|}$,for other values of dimension,it can be an expression in terms of bessel functions. For instance,it can be found in stein's book "Singular Integrals and Differentiability Properties of Functions" |