By I. Titeux, Yakov Yakubov

PREFACE the idea of differential-operator equations has been defined in a number of monographs, however the preliminary actual challenge which ends up in those equations is usually hidden. while the actual challenge is studied, the mathematical proofs are both now not given or are speedy defined. during this booklet, we provide a scientific therapy of the partial differential equations which come up in elastostatic difficulties. particularly, we learn difficulties that are bought from asymptotic growth with scales. the following the tools of operator pencils and differential-operator equations are used. This ebook is meant for scientists and graduate scholars in sensible Analy sis, Differential Equations, Equations of Mathematical Physics, and comparable themes. it is going to unquestionably be very precious for mechanics and theoretical physicists. we want to thank Professors S. Yakubov and S. Kamin for helpfull dis cussions of a few components of the ebook. The paintings at the e-book was once additionally partly supported by way of the ecu neighborhood software RTN-HPRN-CT-2002-00274. xiii advent In first sections of the advent, a classical mathematical challenge might be uncovered: the Laplace challenge. The area of definition should be, at the first time, an unlimited strip and at the moment time, a region. to resolve this challenge, a widely known separation of variables approach can be used. during this approach, the constitution of the answer could be explicitly discovered. For extra information about the separation of variables process uncovered during this half, the reader can discuss with, for instance, the e-book by way of D. Leguillon and E. Sanchez-Palencia [LS].

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O)Up-l + . \o)uo = 0, 1. p. \0)Up-l + . \o)uo = 0, . p. t/ = 1, . . 5). 5) . \)u, . . \)u = i- , v = 1, ... \) (11/11 + L Il/vllHv) v= l is satisfied. x). 5) . Consider a system of differential-operator equations L(D)u:= Aou(n)(t) + A1u(n-l)(t) + . + Anu(t) = 0, Lv(D)u := Avou(nv)(t) + ... + Avnvu(t) = 0, v = 1, . 6) 20 1. GENERAL NOTIONS , DEFI NITI O NS, AND RESULTS U(k) (0) = Vk+l, k = 0, . . 7) where Vk+l are given elements of H , D := ft, t ~ 0. 6). 7) by linear combinations of the element ary solutio ns, suggests t hat the vect or (Vi, V2 , .

N-FOLD COMP LET EN ESS FOR AN OPERATOR PENCIL 21 is dense in th e Hilbert space 1-l:= { v Iv nv := (VI , ... ,Vn ) E nffiI H n _ k _ l , k=O LAvkVnv-k+S = 0, k=O for such integers v E [1, m) and s E [1, n - n v - 1) for which A vk (Jor all k = 0, ... x)u , .. x)u), which acts boundedly from H n into H ffi HI ffi· . 5) is n-fold complete in th e spaces 1-l and 1-l 1 . Proof. x n - I A DI Alu + . x n v - I AvIu + . . + Avnvu = 0, v = 1, .. , m, to which we apply Theorem 1 of S. Yakubov and Ya. 61) (see, also, S.

GE NERALIZED DERIVATIVES OF A VECTOR-VALUED FU NCTION A locally integrable function v(x ) with values from E is called a generalized derivative of order n on (0, 1) of t he locally int egrable fun ction u(x) with values from E , if 1 1 1 1 u(x) cp(n)(x) dx = (_ l )n v(x)cp(x ) dx , sp E C~(o, 1), where C8"(O, 1) denotes th e set of infinit ely differentiable scalar functions with a compact support on (0,1) . As usual, COO [a, b] denotes the set of infinitely different iable scalar functions on [a, b].