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Curious
Sep
7
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Changing the space of test functions in PDEs
So the second definition ($C^1_c$) is only bad when we want to discuss second order derivatives.
Sep
6
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Changing the space of test functions in PDEs
Jul
17
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Two equivalent definitions of weak solution to parabolic PDE; don't understand proof
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Jul
17
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Two equivalent definitions of weak solution to parabolic PDE; don't understand proof
May
24
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Does this ODE system have solution?
May
10
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$\mathcal{D}(0,T;V)$ is dense in $W(0,T)$
@AndrasBatkai thank you a lot. Unfortunately I don't have access to that. Do you have a PDF of that (if legal, otherwise obviously ignore this)?
May
10
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$\mathcal{D}(0,T;V)$ is dense in $W(0,T)$
$[0,T]$ is an interval. This is a research-level question.
May
10
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$\mathcal{D}(0,T;V)$ is dense in $W(0,T)$
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May
10
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$\mathcal{D}(0,T;V)$ is dense in $W(0,T)$
Apr
16
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Using Galerkin method for PDE with Neumann boundary condition?
Yes,thank you, good answer.
Apr
12
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Apr
11
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Using Galerkin method for PDE with Neumann boundary condition?
But how do we know that the solution satisfies the BC without assuming the solution is smooth enough?
Apr
11
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Using Galerkin method for PDE with Neumann boundary condition?
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Apr
11
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Scholar
Apr
11
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Fourier transform of function on compact set and Sobolev norm equivalence
Apr
11
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Using Galerkin method for PDE with Neumann boundary condition?
Mar
27
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Galerkin method for existence for PDE with nonsymmetric bilinear form
@timur thanks, it's here:
math.stackexchange.com/questions/344230/…
Mar
27
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Mar
27
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Galerkin method for existence for PDE with nonsymmetric bilinear form
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