By Vladimir V. Mityushev, Michael V. Ruzhansky

This publication is a suite of papers from the ninth overseas ISAAC Congress held in 2013 in Kraków, Poland. The papers are dedicated to contemporary leads to arithmetic, fascinated with research and quite a lot of its functions. those comprise updated findings of the next topics:

- Differential Equations: complicated and useful Analytic Methods

- Nonlinear PDE

- Qualitative homes of Evolution Models

- Differential and distinction Equations

- Toeplitz Operators

- Wavelet Theory

- Topological and Geometrical equipment of Analysis

- Queueing conception and function review of computing device Networks

- Clifford and Quaternion Analysis

- fastened element Theory

- M-Frame Constructions

- areas of Differentiable features of numerous genuine Variables

Generalized Functions

- Analytic equipment in advanced Geometry

- Topological and Geometrical equipment of Analysis

- vital Transforms and Reproducing Kernels

- Didactical methods to Mathematical Thinking

Their vast functions in biomathematics, mechanics, queueing types, scattering, geomechanics and so on. are awarded in a concise, yet understandable method, such that extra ramifications and destiny instructions could be instantly seen.

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M. Bodzioch, M. Borsuk, On the degenerate oblique derivative problem for elliptic secondorder equations in a domain with boundary conical point. Complex Var. Elliptic Equ. (2014). 718339 3. M. Borsuk, On the degenerate oblique derivative problem for elliptic equations in a plane domain with boundary corner point. J. Differ. Equ. 254, 1601–1625 (2013) 4. M. Borsuk, V. Kondratiev, Elliptic Boundary Value Problems of Second Order in Piecewise Smooth Domains. North-Holland Mathematical Library, vol.

Kanguzhin (B) · N. ru N. com N. V. V. 1007/978-3-319-12577-0_8 49 50 B. Kanguzhin and N. Tokmagambetov and some boundary conditions Uν (u) = 0, ν = 1, 2, . . , n, have an inverse L−1 1 the domain of which coincides with the range of values of the operator L1 . L−1 1 is an integral operator with a continuous kernel. This kernel is called Green function of the operator L1 . Let us formulate this definition more precisely. 1 If a function Γ (x, ξ ) satisfies the following conditions (1) (2) (3) (4) Γ (·, ξ ) ∈ C n ([a, ξ ) ∪ (ξ, b]); l(Γ ) = 0 on intervals (a, ξ ) and (ξ, b); Uν (Γ ) = 0, ν = 1, 2, .

Kondratiev, Elliptic Boundary Value Problems of Second Order in Piecewise Smooth Domains. North-Holland Mathematical Library, vol. N. Ospanov Abstract In this paper we study the binomial second order elliptic equation. The coefficient and the right-hand side of this equation belong to some space M of type F . We find necessary and sufficient conditions on M under which a generalized solution of this equation is continuously differentiable. We find necessary and sufficient conditions on M for continuous differentiability of the solution to the above equation, when M is a symmetric space, or one of the Lorentz spaces, a Sobolev or a Besov space.

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